I haven't used the product on my MacOS (yet) as I prefer the web mail version of FastMail. However, in the era of newsletter tracking (especially open rates and time spent on them), this would immediately make them redundant. If your livelihood depends on tracking pixels for emails, I think it should prompt a rethink … Continue reading Block tracking pixels: MailTrackerBlocker for Mail on macOS
Consider this: The AI generated models- None of them are real. There has been an exciting development of "LIDAR" and augmented reality. While it has remained on the fringes- so far- the process involves adding depth perception to the "computer vision". There is a specific pattern to it- big tech usually rolls out a "fun … Continue reading Computer Vision in healthcare: AI Generated images?
I have linked this up here because it forces a fundamental "re-think" of how regulatory authorities fund medical interventions. A vaccine intervention is years away, but it has altered the perceptional change for a good reason. Can they transfer these lessons to other aspects of chronic care? That remains the moot point, and I am … Continue reading Covid-19 research funding—Rethinking medical research
This is a highly dystopian view of remote work, but there are enough parallels with the telemedicine too. I have been arguing to rejig the frameworks for Telemedicine. A doctor is not a glorified typist + call centre operator to diagnose medical conditions. Although, the initial interaction with the bots/AI/ "smart equipment" can easily upend … Continue reading Telemedicine: Our remote work future is going to suck
This is a highly technical post on the provisioning of cloud services. I am linking here because it is essential to be aware of issues related to misconfiguration and as a result the bills mount rapidly. This is the author's explanation: In hindsight, I made a poor decision to distribute a trial Windows 2019 SQL … Continue reading Cloud Services in healthcare. The AWS bill heard around the world