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Preventive Medicine in a Pandemic: of Cart and Horse

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recently made their customary headlines- in public health circles, at least- by concluding they really couldn’t conclude much about the value of lifestyle counseling in primary care.

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How Big Data and VR are Shaping Big Data Visualization

Big data and VR are working together to beat the challenges faced with existing big data visualization.

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3 Industries that Can Use AI to Peek Into the Future

Artificial intelligence (AI) can peek into the future of various sectors including agriculture, aviation and agriculture. 

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Covid-19 Was a Dry Run . . . We Still Aren’t Ready

Covid-19 was a dry run . . . It was kind of a fire drill for what has yet to come, and the truth is we still aren’t ready.

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Using AI and Computer Vision to Reduce Misinformation on the Web

The spread of misinformation via deepfakes, document manipulation and false narratives is fairly common on the internet today.

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A Robot Performs Laparoscopic Surgery Without Human Help

A robot has successfully performed laparoscopic surgery on a pig without human intervention for the first time.

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How Augmented Reality is Helping Disabled People

Scientists are implementing augmented reality (AR) to help disabled persons.

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