Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the world. But now Google has developed an artificial intelligence software that can come close to predicting a person’s risk of heart attack just by looking into their eyes.
Developed by Dynamic Brain Labs, LLC in Tokyo, this cutting edge device is a noninvasive sensor for blood glucose levels. It uses optical technology and signal processing. It does not require finger pricking.
The FDA has cleared a new smart watch that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to detect seizures.
Tabbed, “Embrace” the device is produced by Empatica, an MIT Lab spin-off based in Cambridge, MA.
The wave of healthcare technology is surging into view, akin to a tsunami: as it rapidly rushes towards the landscape of medicine, the cost of tools are dropping at the same rate that options are growing.
At the Cleveland Clinic’s annual Medical Innovations Summit last week, Daniel Kraft—an oncologist, and chair of medicine and neuroscience at Singularity University—asked his audience a critical question: are the right platforms and infrastructure in place to catch the proverbial ‘wave’?