Cybersecurity Solution Aims to Protect Medical Devices Without the proper security, the plethora of IoT devices can leave hospital networks vulnerable to bad actors and ransomware attacks. Cybersecurity software that can assess all devices on the enterprise, determine risk levels, and present mitigation strategies can strengthen the network, safeguard patient privacy, and ensure regulatory compliance.
AI-Enabled Software Takes on Diagnostic Reading Artificial intelligence brings relief to burdened radiologists by reading and prioritizing scans with increased accuracy. A suite of AI-based diagnostic tools supports collaboration between medical professionals allowing them to view and share scans through secure internet connections for improved decision-making.
AI Reduces Time and Costs for Drug Discovery The drug discovery process is time-consuming and expensive. Insilico Medicine is using an AI-powered platform to reduce researchers’ time and costs during drug discovery and the preclinical trial phase.
AI Helps Accelerate Clinical Trials, Medical Research, and Decision-Making Healthcare professionals at the University of Florida are developing medical systems using artificial intelligence and machine learning to analyze medical data, prepare surgeons for procedures, and improve overall patient care.
Monitoring Employee Health for a Safe Return to Work Businesses of all types and across all verticals are experiencing a changing workplace, partially due to the shift in working models enabling remote and hybrid arrangements. As employees return to the office part-time, hybrid, or full-time, businesses are using smart connected technologies to help protect workers’ health.
AI-based Simulation Tool Keeps Construction on Track The power of AI allows general contractors to model construction projects, adjusting parameters on the fly to find the optimal construction schedule. It reduces upfront risks, helps keep projects on task, and can rein in expenses if they get out of control.
The Vital Role Technology Plays in Patient Care Intel CPUs, server chips, FPGAs, and more have a long history of powering medical data centers and devices in hospital rooms. But with today’s COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare needs this technology now more than ever.
Tackling Franchise Challenges with a Cloud-based Point of Sale Franpos has partnered with Intel to develop an Intel® IoT RFP Ready Kit that supports the unique needs of franchises and multi-site operations with a unified Point of Sale (POS) technology platform.
Digital Kiosks Serve Up Change in the Restaurant Business Quick-serve restaurants (QSRs) deploy self-serve digital kiosks with IoT to put more control in the consumer's hands and benefit from increased profits, improved customer satisfaction, and happier employees.