AI in healthcare is a prescription for big data

by H+K United Kingdom

August 24, 2017

AI in healthcare is a prescription for big data

Welcome to THE BIG TECH QUESTION, a monthly feature where we ask members of the H+K Technology team to debate the latest issues in tech and beyond. This month we ask: IS AI THE FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE? Following Hannah Taylor’s plea FOR last week, Robyn Gravestock puts forward the argument AGAINST. Many films have attempted … Read more AI in healthcare is a prescription for big data

Clarke’s Third Law

Working in contemporary technology today is how I imagine it feels when Lewis Hamilton clocks the green light and squeezes the accelerator on his Mercedes AMG at an F1 Grand Prix, there is a frighteningly strong surge and things quickly begin to blur as the speed becomes almost too much to process. Take any Steve … Read more Clarke’s Third Law

What We’ve Been Up To in London – 18th August

Katie and Suzy from the Energy+Industrials team had a busy start to the week, organising interviews with CNBC and CNN for the Egyptian Minister of Investment and International Cooperation, H.E. Dr Sahar Nasr. Keen to discuss the recently announced New Investment Law, we secured two broadcast interviews on CNBC’s Street Signs with Carolin Roth and … Read more What We’ve Been Up To in London – 18th August

Why Premier League managers might be wise to vote against ending the transfer window early

This summer, football has seen some pretty extraordinary transfer activity. Of course, a prime example of this can be seen in Neymar’s megadeal taking him from Barcelona to Paris Saint Germain, but there have been notable moves elsewhere as well. Italian defender Leonardo Bonucci made the controversial switch from Italian champions Juventus to title rivals … Read more Why Premier League managers might be wise to vote against ending the transfer window early

Children and Marketing: 4 Fundamentals of Transparency, Placement and Purpose

Marketing to Children

In June of 2017, the Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP), an independent organization responsible for British advertising standards, released new rules banning the advertising of high-fat, -salt, or -sugar food or drink products in media targeted at those under the age of 16. It was the latest addition to an evolving body of guidelines aimed … Read more Children and Marketing: 4 Fundamentals of Transparency, Placement and Purpose

The Lost Art of Proper Batting?

Let’s start with some cold hard facts. Here are the four completed innings from Sunday’s County Championship Division One: Yorkshire 113 all out (just two players made double figures); Warwickshire 126 all out; Lancashire 149 all out; Middlesex 161 all out. Four high profile counties playing at the top level of English domestic cricket. Whilst … Read more The Lost Art of Proper Batting?

What We’ve Been Up To in London – 4th August

It has been a busy period for the Raymond James team in Financial and Professional Services, with the wealth management business announcing three new branch openings in Mayfair, Hampstead and Wiltshire. H+K arranged three interviews for each of the branches with top tier trade publication Citywire Wealth Manager, as well as securing coverage in wealth … Read more What We’ve Been Up To in London – 4th August

Secondhand Shopping's Firsthand Benefits

Secondhand goods are having a moment—and it goes far beyond garage sales and flea markets. The process of selling old items and buying used ones is becoming easier with online marketplaces and mobile apps, and upcycle-friendly consumers are taking advantage of the trend. “Re-commerce,” as it has been dubbed, is shaking up the retail market, … Read more Secondhand Shopping's Firsthand Benefits