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“In the midst of every crisis, lies a great opportunity.” While many may have read this Albert Einstein quote in passing, healthcare companies have had to apply this in their operations, ever since the pandemic wreaked havoc upon the indu...

2022 has kickstarted with yet another COVID-19 variant in tow. While 2020 brought with it the stay-at-home consumer and retail routines disrupted by a new and unknown virus, 2021 has been equally challenging for retailers, if not more. Global...

The lockdown may have pulled the shutters on physical stores, but it also turned the lights on forever for online stores. Yet there is something quite mesmerizing about the in-store experience that online players are trying hard to emulate. L...

If the persisting pandemic has underscored anything it is the need for every business to have an online presence. That said, pandemic or no pandemic three-quarters of Americans will shop online. This is driving most brands head over heels to ...

Data is a key driver across industries today. Firms are making the most of the digital disruption and capitalizing on emerging technologies and innovations to mine customer data and gain actionable insights. Intelligence obtained from market ...

At COP26 in Glasgow this year, one of the recurring themes was the evolution of strong greenhouse gas (GHG) and zero-emission standards for vehicle manufacturers. Over the past two years, electric vehicles (EVs) have enjoyed tremendous growth...

“Data data everywhere, but not an insight to be found.” This is how clinicians feel when it comes to dealing with the problem of unstructured data in electronic health records (EHRs). Healthcare providers rely on hundreds of disti...

Ever wondered how accurate are the search results for a set of keywords on your e-commerce website? On-site search quality or internal search quality is an integral aspect of your website’s performance and yet quite often underestimated or ...

In 2020, a project from Israel’s Neuro-Biomorphic Engineering Lab and ALYN hospital caught the attention of technology giants Accenture and Intel. The research project aims to create a wheelchair-mounted robotic arm with adaptive controls. ...

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