Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 23rd September 2020: Informa Markets, the organisers of the leading regional pharmaceutical event CPhI Middle East & Africa, (CPhI MEA), has announced the 2020 edition of the show will be held alongside the Global Health Exhibition (GHE) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on 26-28 September 2021
In the "data age," an estimated 81% of Americans own at least one smartphone. That might lead one to wonder why more people aren't taking advantage of healthcare through mobile apps. Even then, many Americans also tend to own other internet-enabled devices, from desktop computers to laptops, tablets, and more. This trend, in conjunction with the still rampaging COVID-19 pandemic, leads to a situation where technology can serve the general populace through mobile apps. So, what are the best healthcare apps, and what do they do?
While the history of Artificial Intelligence (AI) field began in the distant 1950s, its practical value had largely remained limited all the way until the emergence of powerful hardware (GPUs) in the late 1990s. Other complementary technologies played an important role in the AI progress too: new data storage capabilities, cheap cloud infrastructures, advanced deep learning algorithms -- all these things became reality only in the 21st century, effectively setting AI field for exponential development trajectory and commercial practical utility.
Today AI tech has matured to an extent it has become a strategic factor, a competitive differentiator, not only for individual companies but for the whole industries and countries. Needless to say, healthcare -- one of the major industries -- is an important end-user of AI technologies. Countries that care to adopt AI in their healthcare strategies today will have major competitive benefits for public health and safety tomorrow.
Quartic.ai partners with Sparta Systems to bring forward next-level AI capabilities for early risk detection during the manufacturing process
Cambridge, UK, 19 June 2020 - OKRA, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence (AI) driven analytics for Life Sciences, today hit an important milestone, delivering 2 million validated predictions so far in 2020, smashing through its yearly target in just half the expected time. This underscores OKRA’s achievements in empowering the pharmaceutical industry with explainable, real-time AI solutions.