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The tales of dirty data – learnings for healthcare AI

Dirty data can easily derail any big data analytics project, especially when bringing together several data sources that may record clinical or

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3-step evolution of AI in the healthcare enterprise

Pioneering the functional application of artificial intelligence in the healthcare enterprise, MUUTAA seeks out the areas where sufficient data is at

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Why AI-as-a-Service gains traction in the healthcare C-suite

There is tremendous complexity involved in developing AI and machine learning solutions that meet a business’ actual needs. Developing the right

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ArtificiaI intelligence in the COVID-19 era

As part of his article on forbes.com ‘The 4 top artificial intelligence trends for 2021’, Bernard Marr talks about the innovation

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Liberate our Canadian data for AI adoption

As an organization that drives the democratization of artificial intelligence in the Canadian private and public health care sector we understand the

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COVID-19 Urban Resurgence Simulator

Towards the end of April this year, we launched the COVID-19 Urban Resurgence Simulator. Looking at the current epidemiologic developments as we get

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SARS-CoV2 vaccine: premiering near you?

SARS-CoV2 vaccine supply chain complexities start to dominate the discussion around the capacity of the existing infrastructure to be capable of mass

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Reopening and the strain on PPE

Can re-opening of our economies occur safely without significantly impacting PPE availability for critical care? The global PPE supply chains are

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“AI in healthcare: A post-pandemic prescription”

In his article “Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: A Post-Pandemic Prescription” David Nash, describes the several challenges that need to be

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COVID-19 Urban Resurgence Simulator

A team of collaborators based in the UK and Quebec developed a COVID-19 simulator (covid.muutaa.org) for an urban environment .This simulator was

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As the pharmacist’s role expands, so does the cognitive burden

Pharmacists’ responsibilities have increased steadily throughout Canada over the past several years in an effort to recognize the specialist role

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Preparing to distribute a COVID-19 vaccine

A Covid-19 vaccine will need equitable, global distribution say Rebecca Weintraub, Prashant Yadav and Seth Berkley in a Harvard Business Review

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