Define an international doctrine for cyberspace skirmishes before they escalate into conventional warfare, urge Mariarosaria Taddeo and Luciano Floridi.
In response to blood-glucose levels, the artificial pancreas would determine how much insulin should be automatically administered--promising better quality of life for individuals with type 1 diabetes.
Brain tumors are very diverse entities, and more accurate classification is challenging, but important for appropriate treatment. Using unique tumor features captured in DNA methylation profiles, a new open AI platform provides a tool for brain tumor classification.
Site-less clinical trials promise to speed up drug development — but obstacles to in-home data collection abound.
Artificial intelligence could speed up metagenomic studies that look for species unknown to science.
Blockchain could let people offer health records for research — without losing control over them.
Sustainable Cities, Global Health, Climate Change, Digitally Transformed World, Food-Energy-Water Nexus
In the second part of this interview, Peter Newman the Editor-in-Chief of BMC’s new journal Sustainable Earth, discusses the three Ps of informing policy and how to involve the community in sustainability science and in the journal. Special thanks to Linda Blagg at Curtin University for the filming and recording of the interview.