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Ian Bolland spoke to James McArthur, MD of Genesis Care about the cancer treatments it offers. Read more

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Ian Bolland caught up with Livia’s CEO Chen Nachum to explain what goes into the device designed to cure period pain. Read more

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At Nuance Communications’ Healthcare Partner Event in Berlin, Ian Bolland listened to Dr Nils Lenke’s presentation ‘The I in AI’, and spoke to him about how the ‘artificial intelligence’ is built to allow its Dragon voice recognition system to work. Read more

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Ian Bolland spoke to Professor Vassilis Inglezakis, one of the researchers at Nazarbayev University in Kazakhstan, which is investigating the use of advanced materials for biomedical applications, including cancer treatments. Read more

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Ian Bolland caught up with Dr David Plans, CEO and founder of BioBeats. They discuss the work BioBeats does within the NHS, and the health service’s aim to become a world leader in machine learning (ML) and AI within the next five years. Read more

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To mark National Eye Week, Ian Bolland offers his thoughts on medtech and digital health can have a huge say in helping treat eye conditions. Read more

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Web content editor Ian Bolland offered his thoughts on the relationship between innovation and the NHS after attending the NHS Health and Care Innovation Expo earlier this month. Read more

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Ian Bolland and Reece Armstrong spoke to Dr Ian Jackson, medical director and clinical safety officer at Refero about NHSX, digital technologies and investments in solutions in the NHS, and the recently announced plans for an NHS AI laboratory. Read more

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Ian Bolland caught up with Dr Tom Oakley, CEO of Feedback, about its medical grade imaging app Bleepa, which will be launched at the NHS Expo on 4-5 September in Manchester. Read more

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Web content editor Ian Bolland spoke to Dr. Mark Shmulevich, head of Zimin Institutes & board member of the Zimin Foundation. Read more

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After a multi-disciplinary team filed the first ever patent applications for inventions autonomously created by AI without a human inventor, Ian Bolland caught up with team leader Professor Ryan Abbott about the potential effect for life sciences. Read more

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Med-Tech Innovation’s Ian Bolland and Dave Gray went along to Box Studios and Sensor City in Liverpool to meet the people behind Nova – a cofoundery which works with start-ups at the early stage of their development. Read more

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Ian Bolland caught up with recently appointed advisor and non-executive director of Draper & Dash, Natalie Douglas about the use of technology in healthcare, and what needs to be changed when it comes to the delivery of healthcare. Read more

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The UK will need to establish its own systems in parallel with that of the European Union for life sciences in the event of a No Deal Brexit, according to a report from the House of Commons Exiting the EU Committee. Read more

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Web content editor Ian Bolland spoke to Eric Gantwerker, vice president and medical director at LevelEx, about how its videogame training can help surgeons develop their skills in certain difficult situations. Read more

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Web content editor Ian Bolland spoke to Dr Tiina Leivo from Digital Workforce about robotic process automation (RPA), its role within healthcare, and how we need to find new ways of being efficient. Read more

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With the number of PTAB filings expected to drop by 24% for 2019 compared to the previous year, web content editor Ian Bolland spoke to Bridget Smith, an intellectual property litigation and transactions partner at Knobbe Martens. Read more

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Regulation of medical devices, clinical trials and medicines in the UK can’t avoid the six-letter word that is Brexit. Read more

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Health secretary Matt Hancock has announced that £250 million will be spent on boosting the role of artificial intelligence within the NHS in England. Read more

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