Smart Health Kiosk Provides Cloud-Based Wellness, Strength Evaluation The lingering pandemic has paved the way for new disruptive health and wellness technology. Equipped with movement sensors, cloud connectivity, and AI, Netown’s kiosk solution can facilitate remote health evaluations and generate personalized training routines for users on its smart fitness training equipment.
Dr. AI: Using Artificial Intelligence to Improve Cancer Detection Deep learning algorithms are analyzing medical images to determine whether or not patients have cancer or are at risk of developing it. In some cases, AI can even identify the traits of a tumor, enabling oncologists to initiate treatment quickly and customize therapeutic plans to better results.
Technology Advances Improve Organ Transplant Success Rates Organ transplants are risky, and a dearth of available organs make success rates that much more critical. Artificial intelligence and cloud computing are pushing innovation in donor-matching techniques, predicting organ graft success, and reducing transplant rejection rates.
Smart Mobility Tools Help the Visually Impaired Navigate Intelligent electronic mobility solutions including canes and sensors can help visually impaired individuals avoid objects and navigate challenging outdoor environments, helping them stay safe and remain independent.
AI Takes the Pressure Off Healthcare Workers Advanced sensors with artificial intelligence monitor and adjust pressure points for people with limited mobility. The technology prevents painful, potentially life-threatening, injuries by providing automated individualized care, aids overworked caregivers, and avoids costly treatments for healthcare facilities.
Human-like Robots Support Healthcare Workers Humanoid social robots, powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning, are joining the workforce. Their conversational capabilities and life-like facial expressions stimulate human brains and put humans at ease, making these robots perfect companions for elderly or isolated people.
Creating Better Patient Experiences with Digital Signs and Wayfinding Health and safety in hospitals, office buildings, and shared public spaces has never been more critical. Healthcare providers and hospitals have tightened operational protocols to try and protect every person on-site. Among other things, this means reducing interactions among staff and visitors and getting patients to the right location quickly and efficiently.
IoT Solutions Make COVID-19 Safety Compliance Easier Artificial intelligence enables remote monitoring of COVID-19 safety precautions, so companies can focus on their core business, while still protecting their employees and customers. It also lightens the load for resource-strapped medical facilities.
A Touch of Haptics and Hand Tracking Tech in a 2D World In the future, haptics feedback could enrich online shopping by allowing customers to feel fabrics, operate kiosks and screens without touching them, expand the capabilities of remote medicine, and bring humanity to virtual reality.
AI Brings Vision to Sight Impaired Machine learning and computer vision aid doctors in the diagnosis of diabetic-related eye diseases, enabling early treatment and preventing vision loss. People who have experienced profound vision loss might benefit in the future from an AI-based bionic eye that provides spatial awareness.
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