https://twitter.com/chrissyfarr/status/1438914101330124806?s=20 Something to spark off ideas AI in healthcare is a classic case of putting the cart before the horse. Yes, this one: Transformation can begin only if there is a felt need. If there's none, you can roll off hype straight from the consultants marketing pitch (or sales deck). What is that isn't working? … Continue reading The stasis of “healthcare innovation”: Get new ideas!
Eric Rescoria writes: WebRTC isn’t a complete videoconferencing system; it’s a set of tools built in to the browser that take care of many of the hard pieces of building a VC (videoconferencing) system so that you don’t have to....Importantly, this functionality is all standardized: the API itself was published and by the World Wide Web … Continue reading WebRTC: Importance
Will Webberley writes: At that time RSS was still very much "a thing" for many people (though the discontinuation of the hugely popular Google Reader in 2013 was a bit of a bummer to these communities). However new people now joining the web scene would be far more likely to instead engage with these extremely well-funded, well-marketed, … Continue reading RSS Feeds: Federation of the data
Starting today, I'd be covering three major articles on the ethics of artificial intelligence. I link them from HBR and raise very important issues. As usual, I'd highlight the key principles in discussion and weave in my ideas around them. Some of them are pay walled, and while the bias in inherent (because the industry … Continue reading A series of articles on AI Ethics.
I usually refrain from commenting on industry news here but this merits attention- a universal EHR for Northern Ireland. I think that Singapore has a similar system. The advantages are obvious- a seamless connectivity for the users and healthcare providers. However, I have deliberated on this issue with several industry people and as a matter … Continue reading EHR: Epic Bristol bags £454m in UK deals as creaking care sector chases digital transformation