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Subject: [Data analytics/AI] FDA clears Apple Watch's new ECG feature | 23andMe is hiring | Elon Musk: Months from 'merging' the human brain with AI | Cigna establishes $250M fund for data analytics startups
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September 13, 2018
1. Apple Watch: FDA-cleared for electrocardiogram screening 
2. Google Cloud taps Carnegie Mellon professor to lead AI

3. Broad Institute to keep CRISPR patent after court overrules UC Berkeley's appeal  

4. Resolve Urgent, High-Impact, Hospital IT Incidents, Faster! Learn Everbridge's latest findings for preventing these top ten IT inefficiencies
5. Thrilled to welcome terrific keynotes former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, former U.S. Senator and Representative of Oklahoma Tom Coburn, MD, and President of the Chicago Cubs Theo Epstein at Becker's 7th Annual CEO + CFO Roundtable
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6. How hospitals, health organizations are preparing for Hurricane Florence

Register for this webinar to learn how clinical and IT teams at Summa Health worked together to improve medical device security and interoperability

8. FDA designates bloodless AI test a 'breakthrough device'   

9. 23andMe is hiring - 3 suggestions about the company's growth
10. Cigna to fund digital health startups through $250M venture

11. Data analytics: The key to resolving healthcare's patient safety issues. To learn more, download this free white paper

12. Elon Musk suggests he's only months from 'merging' the human brain with AI




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