Month: April 2019

Current Health’s Machine Learning Powered Wearable Receives FDA Clearance

The U.S. government’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) department has recently given a Class II clearance to a machine learning powered healthcare wearable device that remotely tracks and analyzes multiple vital signs in patients. Scotland-based […]

Google’s Anthos, a Promising Platform for Multi-Cloud Applications

In most of the scenarios, what prevents IT entrepreneurs from embracing cloud is their anxiety about getting locked into the wrong provider. This leads many of the businesses to invest heavily in on-premise platforms. When […]

Microsoft Azure Takes a Robust Plunge to Expand its AI Capabilities

When it comes to supporting users in building feature-rich custom enterprise applications, Microsoft has always been a step ahead. Recently, the tech giant added two new tools to its Azure AI cloud suite of products, […]