Machine-learning tool to speed up treatment of traumatic brain injury
By Evrim Yazgin, contributing writer for Cosmosmagazine.com
A team of data scientists from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in the US, and neurotrauma surgeons from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Centre, has developed the first automated brain scans and machine-learning techniques to inform outcomes for patients who have severe traumatic brain injuries.
Data scientist vs data engineer: How demand for these roles is changing
By Mark Samuels, contributing writer for Zdnet.com
Research suggests many companies can’t find the talent they need, as they struggle to deal with turning their vast supplies of data into usable information.
The power of machine learning at the edge
By David Flower, contributing writers for Forbes.com
The future is at the edge. No matter which industry report you put your faith in, the edge computing market is poised to blow up.
Identification of long COVID patients through machine learning
By Bhavana Kunkalikar, contributing writer for News-medical.net
The post-acute sequelae of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection are called long COVID. The variation and evolution of symptoms characterizing long COVID necessitate the investigation of this syndrome.
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