Tag: big data

Healthcare

Technology

From binary to bedside: bridging the implementation gap in medical AI

Another day, another academic paper highlighting the performance of a new machine learning tool for healthcare. But despite the cascades of literature, the vast majority of these AI innovations never make it into routine clinical practice. Why? Ahead of the AI, Machine Learning and Robotics in Health Summit, we spoke with Dr. Martin Seneviratne, Digital…

4 Oct 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

Education

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Higher Education for a cosmopolitan age of smart machines: the NYU experiment

The nature of work is changing. Algorithms are replacing intuition, the highest paid person’s opinion needs to be grounded in data, and digital decision-makers are outperforming real humans in an increasing number of sectors in the business world. What’s more, all of this is happening against a changing global backdrop. Neo-nationalism is competing with cosmopolitanism,…

3 Jul 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

Infrastructure

Global case studies in SMART infrastructure

The need for more efficient and livable cities in Australia has led to the birth of SMART infrastructure - the integration of infrastructure assets with enabling technologies and big data analytics. With the impending arrival of fifth-generation broadband (5G) and a proliferation of SMART technologies emerging, the opportunity for developing SMART infrastructure is increasing; and…

20 Apr 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

Business

Delivering a platform for the OTT revolution

 Sarah Palmer Executive GM - Products & Pricing, NBN In advance of her address at the OTT TV Summit in Sydney this March, Informa caught up with NBN Executive General Manager, Sarah Palmer. In an exclusive interview she shed light on what NBN are doing to ensure the long term sustainability and commercial viability of OTT. Sarah,…

31 Jan 2017, by Amy Sarcevic

Healthcare

How can costing and coding improve healthcare processes and patient care?

Understanding data and ensuring the fitness of patient data are now essential elements of many healthcare professions, as the required skills for many traditional hospital roles is speedily changing to match the demands of this new, increasingly competitive era in healthcare. The acute health sector in Australia is data rich, but currently does not meet…

19 May 2015, by Informa Insights