Major companies like Uber and Under Armour are putting data to work, and the emerging partnerships and new app developments are having a bottom-line impact.
“It isn’t a world of Watson: it’s a world with Watson,” said IBM’s Chairman, President, and CEO Ginni Rometty at the company’s World of Watson (WoW) conference.
Heart-SIGN will act as a data resource for arrhythmia research and clinical practice to help researchers identify specific needs, track patients, and measure outcomes.
IBM Watson, long touted for its potential in healthcare, is being put to work finding a drug to treat Parkinson’s disease.
The transformational power of cloud computing will encompass AI, infrastructure, security, and large-scale business opportunities.
Collecting 2.3 trillion GB of healthcare data is one thing, but analyzing it is the priority.
Current funding doesn’t match need, due to perceived low returns and lack of glamour in investing in service-based startups.
Hack the North is starting this weekend at the Waterloo Engineering School, and developers from across Canada and the world are attending.
Grush makes a children’s toothbrush that connects to both a mobile game for kids and a dashboard for parents, in a bid to ensure youngsters learn the proper way to clean their teeth.
Data analytics, a force for change in nearly every business, is now being leveraged to make lives easier for the vision impaired by increasing the graduation rate for guide dogs.