The Internet of Things connects all of the objects in our lives allows them to communicate with one another. As a result, we will have access to info about the objects around us and can communicate with them.
Security, trust, traceability, and control – these are the promises of the blockchain, the technology with the most potential in healthcare at the moment.
Chatbots, intelligent personal assistants, artificial intelligence supported messaging apps or voice controlled bots are forecasted to replace simple messaging apps soon.
Terribly visualized presentations, new ideas in old shapes, delays, bad organizing, lack of guest engagement. How come medical event organizers do not make the most out of digital technology?
A drone which could deliver a defibrillator to a person suffering from a cardiac arrest is being tested by the Karolinska Institute in Sweden.
3D printing will allow pharmacies to produce drugs on the spot. Blockchain technologies will help fight counterfeit drugs. Let me show you a comprehensive overview how innovations will make it more efficient, faster and cheaper than ever before.