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The best medical AI research (that you probably haven’t heard of)

By LUKE OAKDEN-RAYNER I’ve been talking in recent posts about how our typical methods of testing AI systems are inadequate and potentially unsafe. In particular, I’ve complainedthat all of the headline-grabbing papers so far only do controlled experiments, so we don’t how the AI systems will perform on real patients. Today I am going to highlight… Read More »

Bella Hadid Kisses A Girl (And Probably Likes It) As Part Of The New Calvin Klein Ad – Watch Video

Bella Hadid for the new Calvin Klein ad (Photo Credits: Instagram) Bella Hadid took things a little raunchy in the new Calvin Klein ad. For a campaign that celebrates the idea of loving oneself for all their flaws, Bella teamed up with a virtual influencer, Lil Miquela. “19-year-old robot Lil Miquela blurs the lines of truth… Read More »

Unhappy with your health care? Your kids probably despise it even more – MarketWatch

Younger folks are sick and tired of the health-care status quo. Generation Z and millennial consumers are more unhappy than older generations with several facets of traditional health care, according to Accenture’s 2019 Digital Health Consumer Survey. Three of their biggest concerns: convenience, effectiveness and transparency. The share of Gen Zers (32%) and millennials (12%)… Read More »

You Might Think You Have a Food Allergy–But You're Probably Wrong

Getty ImagesGarrett Aitken With the abundance of speciality foods available, like gluten-free, nut-free, or dairy-free products, it seems that almost everyone is allergic to something. But a new study says that most people probably aren’t, but incorrectly believe they have food allergies. Research conducted by Northwestern University found that roughly 20 percent of people surveyed… Read More »