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The future landscape of AI and robotics in healthcare

Paul Kostek, IEEE Senior Member and Principal Systems Engineer with Air Direct Solutions LLC, discusses the potential of AI and robotics within healthcare. Artificial intelligence...
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Robotic technology increases surgical efficiency at NHS hospital

An NHS hospital in Gloucestershire has adopted new robotic technology to make minimally invasive surgery more readily available to patients. Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, part of...
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£8m project will create robots to spot and remove cancer tumours

A new £8m project has been launched to develop robotic technology that can detect and remove cancer tumours. Led by scientists at the University of...
Could robotics reduce infection spread in hospitals? 

Could robotics reduce infection spread in hospitals? 

A team of researchers has presented a new concept for using robotics in infectious hospitals that could help to mitigate the spread of infections...
AI and robotics in hospital cleaning

AI and robotics in hospital cleaning

Dr Birgit Graf of Fraunhofer IPA tells HEQ about the Mobile Disinfection project, which aims to use robotics technologies to prevent the spread of...
The future of robotics in healthcare

The future of robotics in healthcare

NEURA Robotics introduces an innovative robotic assistant with the potential to transform clinical care. The data which shows that robot-assisted procedures accounted for 15.1% of...
Medical technology: is the future self-driving laboratories?

Medical technology: is the future self-driving laboratories?

IDTechEx has identified three core technology pillars that are required for the advent of self-driving laboratories, including laboratory informatics, materials informatics, and robotics. Self-driving laboratories,...
Tendo AB: “This is the first exoskeleton that makes sense”

Tendo AB: “This is the first exoskeleton that makes sense”

Tendo AB has adapted space technology to create its exoskeleton that meets the urgent needs of paralysed patients with reduced hand function. Today, Tendo AB...
Immigration Advice Service: the limits of technology in healthcare

Immigration Advice Service: the limits of technology in healthcare

Peter Markham of the Immigration Advice Service details the limits of technology in healthcare and why Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not an ‘oven ready’...
Robotics, AI in Cancer Research

New cancer research using imaging, robotics and AI

An international team of researchers will utilise new technologies in imaging, robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in order to detect early stage cancers. A team...

Artificial skin can help rehabilitation and enhance virtual reality

Soft and flexible artificial skin will lead to prototype for applications in rehabilitation and virtual and augmented reality. Just like our senses of hearing and...
AI, robotics and the transformation of healthcare

AI, robotics and the transformation of healthcare

AI and robotics will shape the future of healthcare delivery, but only if we let them, argues PwC’s Brian Pomering. Would you trust a diagnosis...

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