The second in the series IIM's Demystifying Intelligent Information Management.
David Dunn from Smart Office Systems and the City of Nedlands Executive Director and the City's Information Analyst will present: Business Intelligence and Information Management using out of the box SharePoint and O365.
Understanding Business Intelligence in the Context of Health Care - By Tobias Mettler Linkoping University, Sweden.
In today's fast changing health care sector, decision makers are facing a growing demand for both clinical and administrative information in order to comply with legal and customer-specific requirements. The use of Business Intelligence (BI) is seen as possible solution to this actual challenge.
As the constituent research about BI is primarily focussed on the industrial sector, it is the aim of this contribution to translate and amend the current findings for the health care context.
Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare - Academy of Medical Royal Colleges - Report 2019
This report is not meant to be an exhaustive analysis of all the potential Artificial Intelligence (AI) holds or what all the implications for clinical care will be. It is instead a snapshot of 12 domains that will be most impacted by AI and looks at each from a clinical, ethical and practical perspective.
The report does however, consider how AI might affect the diagnostic disciplines, because that is already with us in some form.
Healthcare, Artificial Intelligence, Data and Ethics - A 2030 Vision - By Microsoft 2018
Healthcare systems globally have been undergoing a profound digital transformation. With that has come the creation of a wealth of data that has significant potential to help identify diseases earlier, create and improve treatments and improve the lives of patients across the globe.
Unfortunately, even with advances in data protection and governance, health data is not easily accessible by the researchers, patients and doctors when they need it to help realize better outcomes. Patient-data have been locked away in numerous silos, limiting the ability to combine data and leverage it to drive innovation. And there are significant privacy and trust issues that we will need to overcome before we can effectively leverage large ecosystems of data for broader uses and drive healthcare benefits for us all.
Artificial Intelligence: governance and leadership - White paper - Australian Human Rights Commission and World Economic Forum 2019
The Australian Human Rights Commission and the World Economic Forum are working together to explore models of governance and leadership in artificial intelligence (AI) in Australia. This White Paper has been produced to support a consultation process on this issue.
Scandal and controversy connected to new technologies have increased public concern regarding decision-making that uses AI, data privacy, cyber security, political influence and labour market shifts. Our challenge as a nation is to ensure these technologies deliver what Australians need and want, rather than what they fear.
Bernadette Bean South Australian Records Management Service Excellence Award
Do you know of a current or past eligible SA individual, team, group, student, researcher or volunteer (including a quiet achiever) who deserves to be recognised and celebrated due to their records management service excellence?
The Next Generation of Intelligent Automation for Government and Healthcare Agencies
The Blue Prism team is bringing Professor Leslie Willcocks, a global thought leader and author on automation and the future of work to Australia and New Zealand, to lead a series of high value Free Breakfast Seminars in August.