Kolabtree, the online platform for freelance scientists, has released an infographic highlighting startups that have developed innovative AI-assisted products that are advancing healthcare.
Introducing IoT as a platform and concept has redefined the machine-to-human (M2H) interaction for efficient healthcare facilities—and increased the vulnerability to hackers.
Transforming super-sensitive touch sensors, engineers build an implantable blood-flow sensor that is biodegradable.
It turns out a biomechanical filter—not neural processing—lets people tune in to individual voices.
This mobile diagnostic machine can test for viruses, bacteria, and active toxins.
A new 3D-printed device from MIT researchers allows for the testing of different cancer treatments on live tumor tissue outside the human body.
From AI to healthcare to the unleashing of IoT, Screaming Circuits’ Duane Benson offers up his take on what will be major technology/market disrupters over the next 10 years.
Proposed device teaches itself the proper degree of simulation needed to prevent seizures and tremors in each patient.
CAD and 3D printing are making better doctors, drugs, and—soon—maybe organs.