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How Technology Has Changed the World of Healthcare

Millions of people are passionate about staying healthy. Achieving this goal will require both hard work and the help of professionals. Diagnosing and treating serious ailments is a lot easier for modern healthcare professionals thanks to countless innovations in the field of medicine.

These professionals use everything from exosome isolation kits to thermal imaging equipment to find and treat serious diseases. As a consumer, your main goal should be staying informed regarding the changes in the healthcare industry. The more you know about these changes and how they can improve the quality of care you receive, the easier it will be to stay healthy. Below are some of the ways technology has improved the world of healthcare.

Technology Has Reduced the Number of Medical Errors Annually

There are around two doctors for every 1,000 patients in the United States. The main goal these doctors have is providing their patients with

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How Software Is Eating The World

JFrog, which operates a platform that manages the deployment and versioning of software, launched its IPO today. The company issued 11.6 million shares at $44 each, which was well above the initial range of $33 to $37. The stock price ended the day up a sizzling 47% to $64.79, putting the market value at $6.6 billion.

Keep in mind that JFrog started as an open source project, which got immediate traction. “This was the beginning of the era when software was beginning to be modular,” said Yoav Landman, who is the co-founder and CTO of JFrog. “Managing this was very difficult. So JFrog started as a way to manage the complexity.”

And yes, the growth has continued to be robust. From 2018 to 2019, revenues shot up from $63.5 million to $104.7 million. Consider that the company has been cash flow positive for the past five

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Synaffix Wins Best Platform Technology at 7th Annual World ADC Awards

Synaffix B.V., a biotechnology company enabling antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) with best-in-class therapeutic index, announces that it has won the “Best ADC Platform Technology” category at the 2020 World ADC Awards ceremony.

Synaffix’ ADC platform consists of GlycoConnect™, HydraSpace™ and toxSYN™ which comprise site-specific technology and payloads to enable best-in-class ADCs.

Synaffix was presented the award during the 2020 World ADC Digital event. The finalists were shortlisted through a voting pool of over 1,000 individuals, with a panel of distinguished, independent industry experts from across the ADC field, assessing each finalist to decide the winners.

The judging panel highlighted the following three cornerstone features of the Synaffix ADC platform:

  • Consistent delivery of highly competitive ADC product candidates

  • Strong commercial and scientific validation (over $420m in out-licensing deals, at least six ADCs in development with two in clinical trials)

  • Compatible and easy to use with any antibody

For the full list of

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In the world of financial technology, AI poses questions, heightens efficiency, and encourages ingenuity

This article was written based on discussions from the latest Bloomberg Women in Fintech event. To learn more about the series, please email [email protected]

While AI has been a buzzword for some time, the uncertainty and rapid changes stemming from the global pandemic have brought the technology’s benefits and challenges to the forefront. Within the multitude of applications, several focus areas are helpful for the fintechs in particular, keeping in mind how humans and AI can work together to empower the other.

The opportunities for AI to both assist in a tumultuous working environment and heighten human efficiency were under discussion at the latest panel hosted by Bloomberg’s Women in Fintech. There are many details to consider with a constantly evolving technology, particularly surrounding bias and security, but according to panelists, it is essential that companies look to integrate AI holistically, ensuring automation bolsters their business and empowers employees to

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World Wide Technology Achieves Cisco Advanced DevNet Specialization for Partners

ST. LOUIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–World Wide Technology (WWT), a market-leading $12 billion technology solutions provider, today announced it has achieved Cisco’s Advanced DevNet Specialization for partners, recognizing the company’s capabilities in delivering advanced software and automation solutions for customers.

“We are proud to have earned the Advanced DevNet Specialization,” said Neil Anderson, senior director of network solutions at WWT. “As digital transformation accelerates and evolves enterprise IT operations, businesses are increasingly relying on a mix of software development, network engineering and strategy skills to automate their infrastructure. These businesses need experienced DevNet partners, and Cisco’s designation signifies we have the capabilities and expertise to help them evaluate and deploy these solutions.”

WWT achieved the Advanced recognition, Cisco’s highest DevNet Specialization level for partners, after reaching the Specialized level this spring.

“We are thrilled that World Wide Technology is our first partner to achieve Cisco’s Advanced DevNet Specialization,” said Susie

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The worst technology company in the world

Coronavirus in Context is a weekly newsletter where we bring you facts that matter about the COVID-19 pandemic and the technology trying to stop its spread. You can subscribe here.

Hola pandemic pals,
                                    The absolute hardest thing about writing a weekly coronavirus newsletter is coming up with the lede paragraph. I always spend more time than I should trying to come up with something emotional and honest that’s also hopeful and bright. 

But it never quite works out that way. Not only is polite small talk not in my wheel house, but I don’t feel hopeful and bright and none of the news I have to share can back up those tones. 

And that means more doom and gloom. But I think it’s necessary. Our biggest failures during the pandemic, globally, haven’t been technological or scientific ones. We have everything we need to end the pandemic whenever we, the global

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ZTE wins Best Test & Measurement Technology and Most Successful 5G Consumer Service awards at 5G World 2020

ZTE has introduced the innovative iFlow solution based on the Inband OAM, to comprehensively monitor both the control plane and the forwarding plane, thereby solving a series of transport network problems, including the unmeasurable service SLA, the difficult fault location and the low network awareness.

Based on the millisecond-level data collection and the hop-by-hop node detection, iFlow has enabled the service quality awareness, fault location and service self-recovery in seconds.

Moreover, iFlow solution supports a closed-loop life cycle of network services from monitoring, analysis to optimization, thereby greatly improving the network service quality and operators’ O&M experience, and helping operators reduce the O&M complexity and cost.

In addition, ZTE’s 5G+ Live TV solution is customized for large events and concerts. Integrating multi-angle HD (High Definition) live broadcast, value-added services and social functions, the 5G+ Live TV Solution provides audiences with innovative experiences in various 5G scenarios,

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How is Technology Revolutionizing the Casino World?

With the rise in technology, the casino world has witnessed significant changes over the past years.

FREMONT, CA: The technological revolution led to the casinos adopting different bots, automated programming, and random figure generators. The gamers can notice these changes for numerous angles in the gambling world. These days the gamblers can play live blackjack, which at present comes with real-time automated procedures that allow players to play at home. Minimal changes like robot-like arms to make a drink to slot mechanisms to prevent theft are amazing to witness.

The Impact of Tech in the Casino World

Online casinos witness the largest transformation in the gambling industry. Even though online and internet gaming has been prevailing for many years, the wave of online casinos has been augmented in the last few years for several reasons. The main one is that players can seamlessly access online casino titles from the comfort

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Cool Construction Technology From Around The World 2020

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Cool Construction Technology

Amazing projects of constructions are being completed around the world as I write this text. Along with new technology, new methods of building are created. From using flying drones to 3D printing smart helmets for workers and solar panels that are transparent, innovations are starting to have almost revolutionary impact on industry of construction. 2016 will be rich year for construction while technology providing even more, increasing job safety, flexibility and accuracy. Drones are starting to be used increasingly by mapping firms, construction firms and also public agencies. In America, aerial vehicles that have mounted camera are being used to track job progress in real time, or identifying hazards that could happen, especially on projects that are more complex and larger. 3D printing is really fascinating, it allows people to print almost anything if you have right printer and materials.

For many years, companies that deal with construction have come

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Why Digital Signage and Wayfinding Technology Are Critical in a Post-Pandemic World

This year we have faced a host of new challenges around the way we work and live due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Every component of our life, from work, to schools and universities, healthcare facilities to entertainment centers, all must find ways to adapt and overcome challenges to support the “new normal” while keeping the public safe and proactively mitigating health risks. Flexible and safe workplaces, learning spaces, and other public spaces must become agile and pivot as needs continue to change daily.

For systems integrators, installers, AV/IT managers, and others responsible for keeping technology working in buildings, remaining agile is especially critical. Fully remote companies and schools are still widespread, but in-person working, learning, and more continues to expand as buildings open fully or partially. Digital signage and wayfinding are an important part of how these buildings operate; they bring people together, communicate changes and important messages, streamline operational

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