We're getting old at an increasing rate, and today's options for care are often expensive, inefficient and depressing. Can machine learning help?
How Hershey is using additive manufacturing to customize chocolate production
Imagine preventing the onset of diabetes, Alzheimer's, or cancer through eating the right foods. Rather than wondering if kale eaten today will truly lead to longevity tomorrow, envision a grocery store shelf that told you exactly which ingredients to eat depending on your specific health needs. Food technology start-up Nuritas is hoping to make that scenario a reality. By harnessing solutions that nature has already given us, Nuritas is using machine learning to identify the exact food-derived bioactive peptides that can cure or prevent a particular disease.
Natural Cycles is a leader in the innovative field of digital contraceptives and fertility tracking devices, but can its success be sustained after news of unexpected pregnancies among users?
How can machine learning answer the centuries-old question of who we really are?
Why did the Department of Health and Human Services host a two-day Code-A-Thon focused on the opioid crisis? What role does crowdsourcing play in government agencies?
Through industry partnerships, a 200 million life database, and the use of artificial intelligence (AI), Optum Labs is confronting the daunting cost and quality challenges facing the U.S. health care system
In October 2017, reports surfaced stating that Amazon’s entry into healthcare was imminent. Overnight, stock prices for top pharmacies, PBMs, and wholesalers plummeted, losing a sum total of ~$40B in market capitalization .
But how well-equipped is Amazon to disrupt the entire healthcare supply chain?
Having worked as a healthcare consultant, and as a member of a family entrenched in the business of healthcare, I can say: this is one of the most critical unknowns facing the industry.
Can DHL use digital innovation to take advantage of the $13.4bn market opportunity in pharmaceutical cold chain logistics?
Aetna is using digital technologies to create efficiencies in the health insurance supply chain.