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The Future of Wearables in Hospitals

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What are the biggest trends in wearable medical technology? Wearable devices are changing the way we interact with the world, each other, and our health – from smartwatches that track steps and temperature to advanced health-monitoring systems like blood sugar tracking for diabetics or devices that keep tabs on high blood pressure. Tied to the […]

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Modern wireless connections are up against plenty of obstacles. Spectrum analysis helps nail frequency issues and get your Wi-Fi back on track. Here at 7SIGNAL, we tackle Wi-Fi issues such as structural obstructions, conflicting tech, and invasive radio signals across five major sectors: medical, higher education, enterprise, managed service providers and manufacturing and distribution centers. […]

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A common misconception about 7SIGNAL’s Wi-Fi monitoring platform is that it only provides insights on the what is going on in the air and how this affects the Wi-Fi experience for users. While this IS its primary goal, by testing the network from the user perspective, it is surprising just how many network infrastructure problems […]

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How AI Could Change Healthcare

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Can patients trust their lives to algorithms? Will doctors become obsolete? Here’s what the future may hold for AI in medicine The advent of commonplace artificial intelligence in healthcare is only a matter of time. Over half of health professionals feel the use of AI will be widespread within the next four years, while the […]

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The Difference between AI and Machine Learning

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Often these terms are grouped together or used interchangeably. While they are related, find out why they’re not the same thing Big data and advanced analytics have been a major part of the burgeoning technological landscape in recent years. As such, the terms of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have become buzzwords across numerous […]

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Predictive analytics are set to take preventative medicine to the next level. Making sense of Big Data will increase patient care, decrease labor demands, and reduce financial losses suffered by hospitals. Medicine’s history – and its present – has largely consisted of reactive measures aimed at identifying existing conditions and preventing them from getting worse. […]

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Have you ever studied card magic and sleight of hand?  If you have, you’ll quickly learn it has a lot to do with angles and speed. When an “angle sensitive” trick is performed well, you are left scratching your head in bewilderment. But when viewed from a different angle you can see how was done. […]

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