Chinese hackers pull largest healthcare cyber attack on record http://ow.ly/2LZkKI
We now begin to see unsurprising results of rushing to force a vast system to computerize suddenly with far too little regard to quality or risks.
A team in Australia – seems a likely spot for such when you think about it – makes solar power history.
Here’s an interesting system to help keep elders both safe and independent:
Hospitals, like the entire health care system, could use MUCH improvement when it comes to communication and organization. It’s nice to see some research in this area; hopefully it will lead to some improvements: 19 more words
The pilot of a Flybe flight from Birmingham to Belfast City Airport managed to get himself in a bit of a mess last year—when his artificial arm somehow came off during a landing.Read more… 10 more words
Now that's new...
A living human brain. Looks gross. But think about how amazing this is. You have one of these things inside your head, a mass of organic matter in which… 84 more words
Creepy, isn't it? That mass of gooey stuff thinks, IS.
A new type of sensor could help the blind “see” objects in front of them. Called the Enactive Torch, the device sends out infrared signals which enable the user to sense nearby objects, thanks to a small buzzer attached to the wrist which alerts them if they’re about to crash into a door frame or wall. 23 more words
I wonder what the experience is like?