mobile artificial intelligence

Artificial Intelligence, or AI, is everywhere these days. From once being a futuristic concept in Hollywood movies, to now touching our daily lives. Artificial intelligence applications, projects and platforms are being developed in every part of the world today.

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urban sensors improve resilience

Silicon Valley pitches for smart cities and military descriptions of future battle environments are awfully similar. That's not entirely coincidental.

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united states homeland security iot cybersecurity

Billions of coming Internet of Things sensors pose troubling privacy concerns about the movements and behaviors of average citizens, according to government officials, including one attorney for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

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smart cities are healthier

If it’s healthy to bike, why doesn’t biking reduce my healthcare insurance costs?

My thought process on this one was interesting. I don’t quite remember when I started thinking about this, but it recently came together in my head.

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How Rural Health Drives Tech Innovation

Given the density of city populations, one might think that it would be easier to attain quality healthcare in these areas, but most who study or practice urban healthcare know this is not the case.

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challenges of mobile health apps and wearables

Mobile Healthcare apps and wearables are posing a serious challenge to companies as well as to the FDA. While they are among the most forward thinking and the best thing to happen since pockets—as the saying goes—they also create real problems in their use.

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nationalize 5g plan

Industry experts, FCC commissioners and a U.S. Senator on Monday quickly condemned a new concept by the Trump White House to nationalize  5G wireless network development.

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the economic benefits of smart cities

ABI analyst Dominique Bonte offers some of the smartest insights on smart cities tech I’ve read. In a recent report, he described the positive impact of smart city tech on economic development. Economic development came in fourth behind cost savings, livability and safety and security in an ABI poll, but deserves to get a higher rank among city leaders, he believes.

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data is a precious resource

I’m a big proponent of platform thinking. Create a platform, open it up responsibly, and enable people to create using the platform’s capabilities. It’s a way to leverage technology that’s different than in the past because it requires IT to let go of control (but not of governance) and let other people do the work.

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the future of telemedicine

Telemedicine (“medicine at a distance” from the Greek “tele” – far, far) was formed at the junction of several areas – medicine, telecommunications and information technology. This is a method of providing medical care services when distance is a critical factor.

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