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COGNITIVE DEVICES, INTERNET OF HOSPITAL THINGS – IOHT, SMART DEVICES; SAFER CARE

COGNITIVE DEVICES, INTERNET OF HOSPITAL THINGS – IOHT, SMART DEVICES; SAFER CARE

In today’s clinical environment, the myriad of device information can be staggering and are error prone; clinicians are struggling with what it all means. The sensor data available today creates an issue of data deluge along with false alarms that create overwork. With the advent of Cognitive computing, we now have the ability to create digital agents to address many aspects of this device information tsunami and opportunities to synthesize device data. Cognitive computing at the edge offers up the potential to eliminate false alarms, connect data streams for diagnosis, and engage in new models of predictive care.

The cognitive agents can now live on the instrument, can combine with other systems, and create smart localized systems that provide continuous monitoring.  This self-assembling and cognitive collaboration enable smarter sensing and predictive capabilities not available today.

In addition, with the advent of cognitive computing at the edge, we can enable smarter systems that can enable new security models. These devices, by bringing AI technology to the device and network, can create smart systems that can detect unusual activity quicker, react and enable ever-changing encryption and security models. This session will cover the enablement of devices, the cognitive networking and the security capabilities that can now be enabled in Healthcare and Life Sciences.
Chuck Parker, Global Healthcare Lead, Beyond Limits