28 Jun Insurers turn to artificial intelligence in war on fraud

The staggering level of criminality costs us all, adding $400 to $700 a year to premiums we pay for our homes, cars, and healthcare. There are simply not enough investigators to put a significant dent in the criminality, so the industry is turning to the...

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24 May How Health Care Changes When Algorithms Start Making Diagnoses

Machine learning in healthcare presents many challenges… and opportunities. Who’s ready? How Health Care Changes When Algorithms Start Making Diagnoses (by Andrew Burt and Samuel Volchenboum, Harvard Business Review, May 8, 2018) Imagine that the next time you see your doctor, she says you have a life-threatening disease....

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02 Dec How a New U.K. Surveillance Law Could One Day Be Used To Threaten Apple Encryption

A recent development that impacts the systematic approach Apple has taken to absolute consumer privacy. It will be interesting to see how these international changes might impact overall consumer privacy. How a New U.K. Surveillance Law Could One Day Be Used To Threaten Apple Encryption (FastCompany.com, December...

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20 Oct Why the next 20 years will see a lot less technological disruption than the past 20

In our firm, our clients are consistently asking for professionals that have been a part of disruptive technology deployment in their industries. This question becomes, how long can we expect technology disruption to be so prevalent across multiple industries. Why the next 20 years will see...

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23 Aug Apple Acquires Personal Health Data Startup Gliimpse

An interesting development as Apple continues to invest in the digital health business, specifically around advances in personal health care data coordination for chronic illness and cancer! Apple Acquires Personal Health Data Startup Gliimpse (FastCompany.com August 22, 2016 By Christina Farr and Mark Sullivan) Apple's ambitions in the...

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