By Paul McClure, contributing writer for Newatlas.com
Heart attack symptoms are sometimes similar to non-heart-related conditions, making diagnosis tricky. UK researchers have turned to machine learning to provide doctors with a fast and accurate way of diagnosing heart attacks that has the potential to shorten the time needed to make a diagnosis and provide more efficient and effective treatment to patients.
By a contributing writer for Fintech.global
In a recent post by Flagright, the company detailed how its platform streamlines compliance, reduces false positives, and safeguards your financial institution for a safer and more transparent financial future.
By Naveen Joshi, contributing writer for Bbntimes.com
We live in an age where information in any form is valued highly. The survival of an organization solely depends on its data’s applicability and the insights generated from it. It isn’t about just collecting enough data but also about managing and using it properly. Ultimately, big data analytics serves as an aid to organizations by providing them with a way to make sense of all the data collected. Proper content and data management is a complicated task that needs to be carried out before performing any kind of analysis. It requires scalability, appropriate tools and processes that must work in synchronicity. Big data can be an indispensable tool for organizations, but this can only be true if firms understand and address all the challenges of working with big data.
By a contributing writer for Cpapracticeadvisor.com
A new survey shows that continued inflation and economic disruptions are the top concerns for more than half of organizations in 2023. Despite this, most organizations expect their revenues to either increase or stay the same this year. As a result, three quarters of organizations plan to resume business travel in 2023 and half of organizations surveyed plan to invest in analytic technologies that can help navigate uncertain economic conditions.
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