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    [NEWS] AlphaSense, a search engine for analysis and business intel, raises $50M led by Innovation Endeavors – Loganspace

    [NEWS] AlphaSense, a search engine for analysis and business intel, raises $50M led by...

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    Google and its flagship search portal opened the door to the possibilities of how to build a business empire on the back of organising and navigating the world’s information, as found on the internet. Now, a startup that’s built a search engine tailored to the needs of enterprises and their own quests for information has…
    [NEWS] Machine learning for everyone startup Intersect Labs launches platform for data analysis – Loganspace

    [NEWS] Machine learning for everyone startup Intersect Labs launches platform for data analysis –...

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    Machine learning is the holy grail of data analysis, but unfortunately, that holy grail oftentimes requires a PhD in Computer Science just to get started. Despite the incredible attention that machine learning and artificial intelligence get from the press, the reality is that there is a massive gap between the needs of companies to solve…

    [Science] NHS hospital to trial genetic analysis for blood pressure patients – AI

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    Volunteers will be sought at a blood pressure clinicMatthew Horwood/Getty By Adam VaughanA hundred people undergoing treatment at a UK hospital are to get their DNA analysed in a pioneering trial. Around 85,000 people with rare disorders in the UK have already had their genomes sequenced through the National Health Service as part of the 100,000…
    [Science] 3D facial analysis could help identify children with rare conditions – AI

    [Science] 3D facial analysis could help identify children with rare conditions – AI

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    Facial features can reveal medically important informationSpatial Information Systems Research Limited (2018), Richard Palmer (2019) By Ruby Prosser ScullyChildren with rare conditions could be diagnosed quicker thanks to 3D facial analysis software. Richard Palmer at Curtin University in Western Australia and his colleagues have developed a tool that can spot subtle, but important, differences in…