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Wrapping up the year – Telehealth

The pandemic has forced health providers and institutions to activate some services through tele-health, technology was there, it was mostly a matter of using it and having regulation to allow their use. As an example, in Italy we went in few days from needing to see our physician in person …

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Wrapping up the year – Changes on the workplace

The pandemic has disrupted the workplace in several ways. The sudden drop in demand has led to significant lay-outs (particularly in those Countries where labour regulations are very flexible, like the US) and, at the same time has generated demand peaks in other sectors, like e-commerce warehouses, healthcare services … …

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Wrapping up the year – Tech and Biz

In a McKinsey  Global  Survey involving many CTOs and CEOs of companies ’round the world, that took place in July/August 2022, from several industry sectors the response on what will be the most needed technology in the coming years the overwhelming consent is on artificial intelligence. Doesn’t matter the industry …

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A Merry Merry Christmas with AI

Does Santa Claus really exist? Let’s look at what AI responded to the question posed by a parent asking to explain her daughter that Santa was a fictional character: Dear Emile, I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing to let you know that I am not a …

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Getting younger with AI

Disney has been at the forefront of technologies and tools, starting from mechanical ones, to simplify the process of creating animation movies. This required creating many many drawings, each one slightly different from the previous that once placed in sequence would generate the character motion. Computers have simplified the process …

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Checking the heart with AI

Artificial intelligence is spreading in healthcare, flanking doctors in interpreting data harvested from exams and pointing to a diagnoses. Mammography analyses AI assisted is growing, proving to be particularly useful in early stage detection when subtle abnormalities may go undetected to the human eye. AI is also being applied in the …

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