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Big Data for Peace and Justice

First line Software recently took part in an educational project of Leiden University in the Netherlands. The main goals of the project are popularization of digital technologies in humanitarian organizations, growth in the usage of big data in social research and applying information technology to help people in difficult life situations.

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Smart Watches: Why They Matter

Gennady NosenkoGennady Nosenko, head of mobile development, First Line Software, has written this short essay about the current state of the worldwide smart watches market:

 

Personally, I am quite fond of smart watches; but not everyone shares my enthusiasm for the devices. Adherents of the classics consider the smart watch to be an imposter. While the indication of the current time is simply decoration; it is there for the tradition. Partly, it’s true. Because the evolution of technologies has allowed brands to bring many functions to the watches: step counting, body temperature, environment sensors, video calling, list management, voice control, and contactless payments.

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How artificial intelligence will revolutionize healthcare

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About 35 percent of all healthcare organizations plan to leverage artificial intelligence (AI) within two years — and more than half intend to do so within five. While only 4.7 percent of the 85 Healthcare IT News and HIMSS Analytics survey respondents are already using AI technologies, the future looks promising.

All health care organizations and digital health solutions vendors are aware of the potential uses of AI: decision making systems, diagnostics and precision medicine. Also AI could help to improve work processes, develop security systems, write prescriptions for patients and even boost the financial results of hospitals and clinics.

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How museums around the world are going digital

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The world's largest museums are no longer a collection of dusty exhibits. Many of them can compete on a level equal to commercial companies, given their active experimentation with virtual and augmented reality, mobile applications and advanced access control solutions.

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First Line Software develops mobile app for telemedicine startup Yapili

The Yapili mobile app was developed by First Line Software and is designed for use on Android devices. A beta-version of the app has been published in the Google Play store and is available for use by physicians and patients.

 THE HAGUE, Netherlands - Aug. 7, 2017Yapili connects people in Africa, who are in need of medical consultations, with doctors all over the world.

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