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BenevolentAI, which uses AI to develop drugs and energy solutions, nabs $115M at $2B valuation – TechCrunch

BenevolentAI, which uses AI to develop drugs and energy solutions, nabs $115M at $2B valuation – TechCrunch In the ongoing race to build the best and smartest applications that tap into the advances of artificial intelligence, a startup out of London has raised a large round of funding to double …

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ReviveMed turns drug discovery into a big data problem and raises $1.5M to solve it – TechCrunch

ReviveMed turns drug discovery into a big data problem and raises $1.5M to solve it – TechCrunch What if there’s a drug that already exists that could treat a disease with no known therapies, but we just haven’t made the connection? Finding that connection by exhaustively analyzing complex biomechanics within …

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Ford launches on-demand medical transportation service – TechCrunch

Ford launches on-demand medical transportation service – TechCrunch Ford is launching an on-demand transportation service for non-emergency medical needs. The idea is to better help patients get to their doctor appointments. Ford is initially launching this in partnership with Beaumont Health in Michigan to serve more than 200 facilities. Called …

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UK report urges action to combat AI bias – TechCrunch

UK report urges action to combat AI bias – TechCrunch The need for diverse development teams and truly representational data-sets to avoid biases being baked into AI algorithms is one of the core recommendations in a lengthy committee report looking into the economic, ethical and social implications of artificial intelligence, …

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3D-printed wearable monitors gastrointestinal activity, if you can stomach it

Using a 3D-printed portable box hooked up to ten electrodes, the stomach-based wearable can monitor the electrical activity inside a patient’s stomach to offer noninvasive insight into their gastrointestinal health. The post 3D-printed wearable monitors gastrointestinal activity, if you can stomach it appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Motiv’s neat little fitness ring gets Android and Alexa support – TechCrunch

I was pleasantly surprised by Motiv . Sure, my expectations were low for a fitness tracking ring, but pleasantly surprised is pleasantly surprised is still pleasantly surprised. The $200 Fitbit alternative gets a couple of key software upgrades this week, including, most notably, the addition of Android compatibility, along with …

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