No longer science fiction, robotics has emerged as a leading alternative for many healthcare applications…
by Jason Dorrier: The benefits of modern medicine are clear. Lower infant mortality, longer life expectancy, a range of once killer diseases all but eradicated—fewer “therapeutic” leeches.
by Daniel Kraft: Every day there’s a new and exciting development in health technology, but that doesn’t mean we’re utilizing these tools to their fullest.
by: Jason Dorrier: What can participants expect to gain by attending? Lectures by FutureMed’s world-class faculty will empart a stunning vision of just how fast things are moving and what opportunities and challenges lie around the corner.
By JONATHAN COHN: IBM’s Watson—the same machine that beat Ken Jennings at Jeopardy—is now churning through case histories at Memorial Sloan-Kettering, learning to make diagnoses and treatment recommendations.
by: Jason Dorrier: FutureMed 2013 has officially arrived. On Monday, Singularity University kicked off day one at their NASA Moffet Field campus, a stone’s throw from Hangar One and the NASA Ames Research Center.
Modern healthcare is sick, but Dr. Daniel Kraft knows a little something about the cure.
“In the future we might not prescribe drugs all the time, we might prescribe apps.” Singularity University‘s executive director of FutureMed Daniel Kraft M.D.
Daniel Kraft offers a fast-paced look at the next few years of innovations in medicine, powered by new tools, tests and apps that bring diagnostic information right to the patient’s bedside.