Informed Consent-The Second Module In Apple ResearchKit
Posted by:Shyam Deval May 21st, 2015
In my blog last week, I started taking a high level look at what is included under the hood in newly introduced Apple ResearchKit. I also touched upon functional details on one of the three out of box modules provided in the ResearchKit software framework – Surveys. Today we will look in depth at the second … Continue reading “Informed Consent-The Second Module In Apple ResearchKit”
Posted by:Shyam Deval May 14th, 2015
In my blog last week, I touched upon how Apple is once again attempting to fundamentally impact and disrupt an industry that is very change averse with a lot of entrenched interests and challenges. Apple’s ResearchKit (an open source software platform)in many ways promises to democratize medical research by making it easier for the masses to participate in … Continue reading “Apple ResearchKit – Will It Change Medical Research As We Know It?(Part-2)”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao May 13th, 2015
The progression from desktop to web to mobile has been the natural order of things. But going from a desktop application directly to a mobile app has not been that uncommon either and for good reason. Companies have used internal desktop applications for a variety of purposes such as processing data, simulating models, running reports. These applications are … Continue reading “Legacy Applications – Advance to Mobile.Pass Web”
Posted by:Jayas Damodaran May 12th, 2015
Organizations have been quick to adopt the Mobility trail.They are aware that by encouraging workers and executives to go mobile, the gains are immense in terms of employee productivity, customer satisfaction, cost control and revenue growth. Multiple surveys have highlighted such benefits. A recent report of Boston Consulting Group spoke about two times the growth in revenue among … Continue reading “Enterprise Mobility: User Adoption Is Key To Success”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao May 8th, 2015
2015 is truly shaping up to be a key year for enterprise mobility as more and more businesses are looking to make the transformation to a truly digital workplace. The very nature of mobility is that of a continually evolving technology. So, even if you are already mobile, and whether you are a business with a single app … Continue reading “5 Reasons Why You Need To Re-Assess Your Mobile Strategy – NOW”
Posted by:Shyam Deval May 7th, 2015
Medical testing and experimenting for a long time have been a critical part of research process to develop new medicines and treatments.These studies are designed to establish the efficacy of the treatments with a broader goal of improving health and quality of life for patients. So naturally it’s no surprise that they involve people – ideally lots of people who … Continue reading “Apple ResearchKit – will it change Medical Research as we know it?”
Posted by:Nithin Rao May 6th, 2015
Wall Street Journal recently published an article that stated that Microsoft’s patent application for a wearable that could detect emotions was approved by the US Patents and Trademark Office. Using visual and audio sensors that are fitted on the glasses, the wearer can focus on the subject’s body movements. Based on changes in body temperature, movements, gestures, voice, it … Continue reading “How About A Smart Glass That Reads Emotions?”
Posted by:Richard Smith May 5th, 2015
GPS has become a must-have part of our life today. From assisting us to reach our destination to guiding the nearest Uber car to our location, it has become an integral part of the business as well as the consumer world today. But GPS comes with its limitations such as when you enter a building or an underground tunnel. To … Continue reading “How many meters away from the coffee machine? (Indoor Positioning System)”

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