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Black entrepreneurs are focusing on creating culturally competent care.
Fewer Black patients than white patients with type 1 diabetes use high-tech tools to self-administer insulin and monitor their glucose.
Experts propose that governments provide manufacturers of autonomous cars with insurance to compensate victims of mass hacking events.
The pandemic may have increased access to therapy for many Americans, but disparities persist for Black, Latino and other communities.
The app would also help doctors detect the developmental disability in Black kids, girls and other youngsters at a much younger age.
Since COVID-19 struck, mental health experts say technology is crucial in bringing mental health care to Black communities.
Vaccines that stimulate immune responses against cancer using the mRNA technology may be fast-acting and cheap to make.
Preoccupation with one’s device while walking, driving or doing almost anything can result in physical harm.
Despite correctly detecting disease in 87% of cases, artificial intelligence didn’t considerably outperform diagnoses made by humans.
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New algorithms make machines more human than ever.
The virtual assistant may even be able to detect oncoming heart attacks.
The green light used in some wearables, including Fitbit, makes it more difficult to get precise readings for those with darker skin.
Amazon’s Alexa Skills Kit is a health care game change.
Scientists say they have developed a new 3-D printing technique that can produce viable organ tissues.
Alexa can now securely transmit and receive personalized medical information.
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