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Rob Brisk

Eolas Medical's Chief Scientific Officer - Biomedical data scientist & medical doctor organising the world's medical information

Think ChatGPT is the bleeding edge in AI? Maybe think again.

Since we published our blog on what ChatGPT means for healthcare, Microsoft has committed to investing billions into ChatGPT creators OpenAI. Google is poised to release a competitor chatbot (“Bard”), even if it got off to a slightly bumpy start. The user base for ChatGPT’s research API has grown faster than TikTok. All in all, it’s pretty clear that large language models (LLMs) have become 2023’s tech darlings. But unnoticed by most, a steady stream of obscure-sounding research is promising a new generation of AI that will leave even the most advanced chatbots for dust.

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Top 5 ED Apps - Eolas

Emergency Medicine - MDCalc and other must have Apps

Our top 5 Apps you should never start an ED shift without

Ever yearn for ye olden days of clinical medicine, where every treatment plan read either “chop it off” or “stick leeches on it”? In an age where published medical evidence is growing exponentially, expectations of medical professionals are correspondingly higher. In a modern ED, you can encounter pretty much any ailment known to mankind, and you’re expected to deal with them all quickly and effectively. 

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Emergency Medicine - AI based ECG interpretation

AI in the Emergency Department - past, present and future

Since Willem Einthoven stuck his hands and feet into buckets of salty water and began recording the electrics of the heart at the beginning of the 20th century, the ECG has become an indispensable part of emergency medicine.

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Bedside Cyborgs: Welcome to the information jungle

What are bedside cyborgs? Part 1 of 3

According to Elon Musk, modern technology has transformed us into a society of cyborgs who live in symbiosis with a global web of electronic devices. While you might prefer less colourful language, there's no question that the internet, personal computers and smart devices have changed the world over the course of a single generation. 

In this short blog series, we'll look at how healthcare is lagging behind many other industries in embracing the Information Age. We'll also talk about why that needs to change, and soon. Finally, we'll discuss the barriers to exploiting emerging technologies at the point of care, and how they might be overcome

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