How do we enable people to do the right thing?

From raising boys and girls in the same way, to making the right food choices, there’s a drive for people to do the right thing. Is there a way to help people understand what the right thing to do is, or are our differences too great to find a one-size-fits-all solution? 

Using augmented reality to change reality

Augmented and mixed reality has the potential to change how clinicians and patients approach the reality of the healthcare journey. Medical expertise and relevance is coming soon to a device near you. 

There’s a difference between a chat and a conversation 

The potential for online chat programs is mindboggling, but the risk is a loss of conversation between a patient and caregiver. Listen to Cameron and John discuss the unique benefits of both, and how we might be able to bridge that gap in the future to work together. 

Hey chatbot, remember me?

Can a chatbot truly make a personal experience? As the technology becomes more advanced, our interactions with AI tools will lead to more personalized medicine and even individualized medicine in the future.

Can technology be empathetic?

Currently AI is used for a variety of things, from calming surgery patients to organizing our datebook. One of the exciting new territories in the field is EQ, or emotional intelligence. Listen to what excites Lexi Kaplin and Chris Duffey.

Say it with me…digital technology!

Voice may be the next step in helping the end user with a variety of things, from multitasking to predicting the future. From 50 years ago to today, digital voice with a human touch can be the future to reaching our potential.

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