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12 India based SMEs join Health Innovation Yorkshire’s boot camp

12 small to medium enterprises based in India, have been selected for Health Innovation Yorkshire and Humber’s Propel@YH Boot Camp, a programme designed to bring global health innovations to the region and to provide the SMEs with support and masterclass content delivered by a range of healthcare partners. The twelve […]

Here, we take a look at the Royal Government of Cambodia's Digital Government Policy for 2022-2035, to see what insights it offers into digital health and health priorities for the years ahead.
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MIT researchers apply deep learning to correct motion-corrupted MRI scans

MIT researchers combine deep learning and physics to fix motion-corrupted MRI scans – The challenge involves more than just a blurry JPEG. Fixing motion artifacts in medical imaging requires a more sophisticated approach. Alex Ouyang | Abdul Latif Jameel Clinic for Machine Learning in Health – MIT News Researchers from MIT have […]

Here, we take a look at the Royal Government of Cambodia's Digital Government Policy for 2022-2035, to see what insights it offers into digital health and health priorities for the years ahead.
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Amazon expands AWS HealthImaging service for medical data at scale

Amazon has announced the general availability of its AWS HealthImaging service, designed to help providers build cloud-native applications to store, analyse and share medical imaging data at petabyte-scale. The service is said to enable all of an organisation’s medical imaging applications access to “a single authoritative copy of data without duplication” […]