DAIA launches #COVIDathon to support the medical community with solutions against COVID-19

Posted by singularityNET on Apr 9, 2020 2:35:49 PM

The AI Community brings together hackers, doctors and biologists to build tech solutions addressing the global pandemic.


  • SingularityNET and Ocean Protocol come together to leverage AI for social impact and launch DAIA’s first hackathon.
  • Backed by world-class experts in data privacy, artificial intelligence, genetics, healthcare, blockchain.
  • The eight-week hackathon features four tracks including Data Privacy, Epidemiology & Medicine, Informational & Coping Tools, and Open Innovation.
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Topics: AI, Press Release, Medicine, Machine Learning, COVID-19

AI Pixie Dust

Posted by Mark Lazarovich on Dec 23, 2019 11:27:45 AM


After practicing medicine for over 30 years, being a 62 year old “disruptor” is as exciting as it is frustrating.  Curiosity about emerging technologies exposed me to many “solutions” while 3 decades of patient interactions presented many problems which could be solved “if I could  only get…..”.   Today’s technologies frequently offer answers only visible to those posing the right questions.  Being 62 one develops a long list of questions.

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Topics: AI, Medicine, HealthTech, MedTech

How Can Big Tech Make the Biggest Impact on Healthcare?

Posted by Intelligent Health on Aug 16, 2019 8:55:00 AM

It’s no secret that the opportunity in unearthing hidden insights in healthcare data is huge. “The biosciences are swimming in data. The total amount of knowledge in healthcare doubles every 73 days, and it turns out that scientists can now create more information in a couple of weeks, than they could create in a lifetime only three years ago.”

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Topics: Medicine, Digital Health, HealthTech

Beyond the Hype: The Real-World Ways AI Can Advance Health

Posted by Intelligent Health on Aug 15, 2019 11:15:00 AM

There is much excitement in the world of AI and healthcare. From the promise of mass analysis and management of patient health records, to advanced predictive diagnosis methods, it’s easy to be optimistic about the future of healthcare when you consider the potential power of well-distributed, ethically robust and technically advanced AI systems.

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Topics: AI, Medicine, Digital Health, HealthTech