According to UN Women, less than 30% of researchers worldwide are women. With too few women in decision making roles and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) jobs, the gender gap in STEM will have deep implications for the future of the global economy.
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The diversity in health systems, legislation, governance structures, and public opinions makes it difficult to take decisions about where and how to invest in big data technologies.
In order to respond to these issues, the Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management has developed eight country-specific infographics... Read more
Big Data-driven strategies are the smartest way to unravel knowledge needed to improve the sustainability of current health systems across the European Union and achieve better patient outcomes. What are the most suitable core technologies and platforms to address the issues with the highest impact... Read more
There are various time-critical workflows within a hospital related to the diagnosis and treatment of patients which have the highest impact on efficiency and quality of care to patients. Data analysis is the smartest way to identify weaknesses in workflows helping to develop improved protocols.
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The BigMedilytics project was presented during the session 'Impact of the Data-driven AI in business sectors' within the framework of the event ICT 2018: ‘Imagine Digital – Connect Europe’ that took place in Vienna from the 4th to the 6th of December.
The session was organized... Read more
The BigMedilytics project was exposed during the Digital Innovation Hubs Working Group Meeting on Big Data and Artificial Intelligence, organized by the European Commission in collaboration with the Big Data Value Association (BDVA) this month in Brussels. The main aspects of the project were described... Read more