“The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.” Mark Twain
Since Google killed off Daydream in mid-October, there’s been a whole load of ‘it’s all over for VR’ articles.
Virtual Reality has everything, it’s new, it’s futuristic and it’s flashy. The perfect mixture of ingredients that draws the attention of analysts who then wait with bated breath for every hiccup.
Continue reading “Virtual Reality isn’t “over”. It’s revolutionising healthcare and is here to stay for the long-term.”
People talk a lot about AI, yet if you ask them what it is, it may take a while for them to respond. In fact, if you ask five different people, you could well get five different answers.
Picture this: you’re concerned you have the early signs of skin cancer. You use software where a machine learning algorithm can diagnose your condition and ninety percent of the time it’s successful.
Except for you it’s not.
Continue reading “AI has a problem with bias. In healthcare this can mean life or death”