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AI for small and medium-sized enterprises

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More and more often we read and hear that artificial intelligence is revolutionizing medicine. However, at least people consider how they can use AI for their own company in order to tap hidden resources. Fraunhofer IPA has conducted a study on this subject that shows that even small and medium-sized companies can benefit from using AI. You can find the exciting interview with Lara Waltersmann, who contributed to the study, here!

We hope you enjoy reading this interview and wish you a wonderful vacation season.

Simone Ernst
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How and where can artificial intelligence (AI) help small businesses? Lara Waltersmann from the Fraunhofer IPA looks into this issue. COMPAMED-tradefair.com spoke to her about the recently in german published study titled "Capabilities of weak artificial intelligence for operational resource efficiency".
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Artificial intelligence for small and medium-sized enterprises
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Sustainable separations

Materials Science

Super-thin carbon molecular sieve (CMS) membranes may not be best for separating industrially important chemical mixtures. However, ensuring the CMS film thickness is just right could enable more energy-efficient purification of chemical products, KAUST researchers have shown.
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COMPAMED 2021 – High-Tech Solutions for Medical Technology

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Who are the people behind medical technology? You can meet them from 15-18 November 2021 at COMPAMED in Düsseldorf. Visit the leading international marketplace for the medical suppliers’ industry and product development and get excited!
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Building a better biosensor polymer

Materials & Production

Wearable electronics that adhere to skin are an emerging trend in health sensor technology for their ability to monitor a variety of human activities, from heart rate to step count. But finding the best way to stick a device to the body has been a challenge.
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Octopus-inspired wearable sensor

Materials & Production

Wearable electronics that adhere to skin are an emerging trend in health sensor technology for their ability to monitor a variety of human activities, from heart rate to step count. But finding the best way to stick a device to the body has been a challenge.
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Research turns up the heat on 3D printing inks

Materials & Production

A process that uses heat to change the arrangement of molecular rings on a chemical chain creates 3D-printable gels with a variety of functional properties, according to a Dartmouth study.
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New electronic paper displays brilliant colors

Innovations

Imagine sitting out in the sun, reading a digital screen as thin as paper, but seeing the same image quality as if you were indoors. Thanks to research from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, it could soon be reality. A new type of reflective screen - sometimes described as electronic paper - offers optimal colour display, while using ambient light to keep energy consumption to a minimum.
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New AI tech for early detection of prostate cancer

Innovations

Prostate cancer is the most diagnosed cancer and a leading cause of death by cancer in Australian men. Early detection is key to successful treatment but men often dodge the doctor, avoiding diagnosis tests until it's too late. Now an artificial intelligence (AI) program developed at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia could catch the disease earlier.
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First-ever transient pacemaker harmlessly dissolves in body

Innovations

Researchers at Northwestern and George Washington (GW) universities have developed the first-ever transient pacemaker -- a wireless, battery-free, fully implantable pacing device that disappears after it's no longer needed.
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Rapid tests effectively contained Covid-19

Business

Economists at the University of Bonn analyzed data from the second and third Covid wave and developed a simulation model. The study has been published in advance as an "ECONtribute Discussion Paper" and is now being discussed and further developed.
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