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Groundbreaking study into Parkinson’s has links to Norwich Research Park

A new study, with links to Norwich, hopes to make in-roads into predicting and preventing Parkinson’s Disease.

Predict PD is seeking 10,000 people in the UK to participate in its ground-breaking study using simple online tests to identify people at high risk of Parkinson’s disease before the symptoms appear.


The future of workplace communication

Now is the time for businesses to look beyond email

Businesses have made great strides in adopting new technologies as part of their digital transformation efforts. However, as companies have turned to new tools to increase their productivity, the

Coding is the future of the British education system

With the coming of the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’, many students are taking it upon themselves to teach themselves the skills of coding in order to become more tech-savvy and compete in an increasingly digital age. The term, ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’, coined by Klaus Schwab, refers to the consolidation of technol

Digitally enabled care to go ‘mainstream’ in the next decade, Long Term Plan promises

NHS England has pledged that digitally-enabled care will go ‘mainstream’ across the NHS over the next decade, and set eight milestones on the way to that goal.

The NHS Long Term Plan, published today, includ

Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year, here’s to 2019!

We would like to thank all our amazing customers for making this a fantastic 2018. We are truly proud to be working with you and being part of the important, life changing, research you and your teams are undertaking. We wish you all a Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year, here’s to 2019!
Instead of gifts and cards we have once again don

120 AI Predictions For 2019

Me: “Alexa, tell me what will happen in 2019.”

Amazon AI: “Do you want to open ‘this day in history'?"

Me: “Alexa, give me a prediction for 2019.”

Amazon AI: “The crystal ball is clouded, I can’t tell.”

My conversation with Amazon’s &ldqu

The demise of the 9-5: What will the future of the office look like?

How will your future workplace differ from today?

The workplace of the past had well-defined structure, employees would come into a physical space with hierarchical management and specified core working hours. With the gig-economy flouri

Diversifying Data With Artificial Intelligence And Blockchain Technology

An impressive feature of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) is the technology's ability to provide computational power to create cognition in machines. Yet A.I. critics today have become concerned that many artificial intelligence projects are centrally controlled and therefore producing "Narrow A.I."  

Unlike human

Hexadecimal colour flag

Numberphile influenced hex colour flag: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wo19Y4tw0l8

"AAH Software" converted to binary: 0100 0001 0100 0001 0100 1000 0010 0000 0101 0011 0110 1111 0110 0110 0111 0100 0111 0111 0110 0001 0111 0010 0110 0101
The binary t

NHS adopts AI app for gestational diabetes

The NHS has adopted a software system from Sensyne Health with aim of helping to manage gestational diabetes.

Sensyne Health has announced the commercial launch of its GDm-Health product, the patient app-to-clinician software system for the management of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM), which replaces the traditional paper-based me

Improve patient engagement and efficiency with AI powered chatbots

A major item in scoring a health care organization is patient engagement. That is, patients are more likely to give a higher rating if they have some way to communicate to an organization with as little friction as possible. Improving the patient engagement experience can also improve patient outcomes — the hope is to do it affordably. Art

Sleep tech is booming – but it's getting weirder and dodgier

Tech to help you sleep better has been around for years. And a recent boom is resulting in more people putting faith in questionable science

Who counts sheep these days? Among all the easy cooking apps and activity trackers that can be found in the wild world of the Apple App Store, there is one app that outshines them all... with its

Thousands of software developers from 100 countries attend record-breaking hackathon

Thousands of software developers as well as computer and information-technology enthusiasts from more than 100 countries have taken part in a huge hackathon in Saudi Arabia.

The Hajj Hackathon in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, ran from 31 July-3 August and featured a successful record attempt by the Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity, Programmi

WANTED! Technology ideas that could change the world

How do you fancy winning £10,000? Then check out this fantastic tech competition, and also free forum events

Technology changes the way we live, and we’re after new ideas that can continue to shape our future. So in partnership with our sister brands T3

Revised digital health and care records sharing standards published by PRSB

Revised standards to improve the sharing of digital health and care records have been published by the Professional Records Standards Body (PRSB).

The “PRSB Standards for the Structure and Content of Health and Care Records” set out the stand