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The AI renaissance: why it has taken off and where it is going

15th May 2020

The technological enablers for widespread use of artificial intelligence (AI) have fallen into place. Early movers in technology industries have driven initial applications, but the scene is now set for widespread and accelerated adoption...

  • AI & Analytics
Opinion

The COVID questions – shaping our response for an innovative post-pandemic world

23rd April 2020

The world is in crisis. Simple, short-term survival is everyone’s top priority, whether that’s as a nation, a government, a business, a family or a lonely and forgotten self-isolating individual. But the overwhelming necessity to endure has always been the mother of invention. Where will the crisis lead us? 

  • AI & Analytics
  • Digital services
  • Human factors
  • Innovation management
  • Strategic advice
Whitepaper

Engineering the future of innovations in oncology

8th July 2020

This paper highlights macro and micro factors affecting oncology and proposes a partnership-driven framework to catalyze innovation for oncology-focused biopharma – as well as the role that select high-impact technologies will have on the on the entire value-chain of cancer research and care delivery. 

Opinion

It might be viable, but will regulators accept remote human factors testing?

23rd June 2020

Remote Human Factors testing of medical devices is a concept already being explored, and given the restrictions placed on us by the pandemic, has become a hot topic. The question is, even if it's viable, will the regulators accept it? 

  • Digital security
  • Human factors
  • User Experience (UX)
Opinion

Human senses, ambient interfaces and the future of digital services

3rd June 2020

As the digital world matures, we seek to bridge the digital and physical worlds with connections that use more and more of our senses...

  • Digital services
  • Sensing
  • Service design
  • User Experience (UX)
Opinion

Looking beyond the headlines to the unmet needs in mechanical ventilation

28th May 2020

Recent months have seen an extraordinary global focus on intensive care and mechanical ventilators, as governments respond to the COVID-19 emergency. Understandably, much of the media attention has concentrated on urgent efforts to create the capacity to cover worst case pandemic scenarios. But beyond the headlines, what role will innovation now play in improving ventilators and ventilation? 

  • Human factors
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Sensing
  • Strategic advice
Vlog

The AI Opportunity - getting Edge AI to work at its best

27th May 2020

The constraints of size, cost, power and connectivity present significant challenges in getting Edge AI to work at its best. This was the backdrop to a recent project we completed for an Asian technology giant...

  • AI & Analytics
Opinion

Edge-first will be the foremost model for intelligent systems of the future

26th May 2020

The days of sucking up any and all data that you can get your hands on are over. Cloud-first will be replaced with edge-first thinking for AI applications...

  • AI & Analytics
  • Connectivity & IoT
  • Digital services
  • Electronics & ASICs
Opinion

COVID – a preview of the retail service model future?

19th May 2020

Consumer choice has been a guiding retail principle for decades, but recently much of the world has had no choice but to buy online for everything except supermarket essentials...

  • AI & Analytics
  • Digital services
  • Innovation management
  • Strategic advice
Opinion

COVID – can automation rise to supply chain and labour challenges?

18th May 2020

The focus on automation has sharpened in recent months, following global disruption of supply chains and labour. But what can be done now to speed the delivery of such vital solutions to help in the aftershock of the pandemic? 

  • Digital services
  • Human factors
  • Innovation management
  • Strategic advice
Vlog

The AI opportunity - ensuring AI investments pay-off

18th May 2020

Excitement around the business opportunities presented by artificial intelligence (AI) is palpable, but it comes hand-in-hand with very tough investment decisions...

  • AI & Analytics
Opinion

How to train an engineer successfully – when vital bioinnovation depends on it

18th May 2020

It could only happen at Cambridge Consultants. An internal training course for a group for engineers eager to gain some understanding of how it is possible to engineer biology. A challenge certainly… but also indicative of the unique blend of biology, engineering and advanced computation that is enabling our breakthrough work in bioinnovation.

  • Product realisation
  • Project management
  • Strategic advice