To support existing blockchain-based initiatives targeting India's healthcare sector, the BFI teams up with the IISc for a new project to aid studies focused on creating tangible healthcare solutions.
"Patient Passports" could be managed more efficiently if the records are stored on a blockchain that is cryptographically secured and verifiably accurate—like the BSV blockchain.
A proactive approach toward AI regulation offers the best chance to mitigate the associated risks posed by the technology, according to the World Health Organization.
Exploring blockchain's potential in planetary health, researchers uncover promising use cases across environmental protection, health financing, disease mapping, and AI integration.
The Collins Lab and Harvard University researchers' work presents a promising outlook on using AI in healthcare and is a significant scientific victory.
ASU researchers utilize AI to restore speech in locked-in syndrome, track cancer cell life cycles, and prevent falls in older adults, showcasing promising outcomes for diverse health challenges.
Hong Kong tackles rising superbug infections with AI, as the Hospital Authority launches a pilot to track antibiotic resistance and enhance treatment amid growing public health concerns.
With the help of AI, Google and iCAD collaborate to improve their healthcare services, like 2D breast mammography and cancer detection, while working to ease radiologists' workload.
Members of the U.S. House Subcommittee on Innovation, Data, and Commerce agree in the hearing that blockchain could trigger growth in various sectors but stress the need for regulatory clarity.
As well as being the world’s first functional peer-to-peer electronic cash system, Bitcoin’s immutable ledger can help streamline global supply chains and ensure the integrity of the data several key industries rely on.
Zachary Weiner joined CoinGeek Backstage to discuss how VXPASS was created and why he decided to build the platform on top of the BSV Blockchain.