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Semantic Computing

Machine Learning-as-a-Service Poised for Healthcare Growth

December 22, 2016 - Healthcare organizations interested in engaging in the world of semantic computing may be able to do with less effort and lower costs as the Machine Learning-as-a-Service (MLaaS) market grows from $480 million in 2015 to nearly $5.4 billion by 2022. With a predicted compound annual growth rate of 41.2 percent, the MLaaS market may help providers access the natural language processing and artificial...


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Machine Learning-as-a-Service Poised for Healthcare Growth

by Jennifer Bresnick

Healthcare organizations interested in engaging in the world of semantic computing may be able to do with less effort and lower costs as the Machine Learning-as-a-Service (MLaaS) market grows from $480 million in 2015 to nearly $5.4 billion by...

Semantic Computing, Predictive Analytics Need Reliable Metadata

by Jennifer Bresnick

As the healthcare industry reaches the saturation point of electronic health record adoption, and slowly moves past the pain of the implementation process, it may seem like the right time to stop thinking so much about hammering home basic data...

Montefiore Semantic Data Lake Tackles Predictive Analytics

by Jennifer Bresnick

Semantic computing is becoming a hot topic in the healthcare industry as the first wave of big data analytics leaders looks to move beyond the basics of population health management, predictive analytics, and risk stratification. This new approach...

Top 4 Basics to Know about Semantic Computing in Healthcare

by Jennifer Bresnick

Investing in big data analytics is a problematic proposition for many healthcare organizations, which often face the perennial issue of purchasing technologies that become outdated before the implementation process is even finished.  New...

How Semantic Data Analytics Benefits Population Health Management

by Jennifer Bresnick

When it comes to the complexities patient care, there will always be more questions than answers.  Clinicians and researchers are discovering new diseases on a regular basis, reclassifying conditions and treatments, and expanding their understanding...

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