Predicting the early onset of Sepsis by leveraging Artificial Intelligence
Sepsis is a leading cause of preventable deaths in US hospitals. Each year, at least 1.7 million adults in America develop Sepsis and nearly 270,000 Americans succumb to the condition. Diagnosing Sepsis is rather difficult because it shares its symptoms with several other disorders and there are no reliable biomarkers before its onset. But AI models could help in early detection and intervention, which are the key to minimizing mortality.
How we enriched an AI-powered conversational commerce chatbot by integrating a myriad of applications and knowledge bases
Learn how we enabled an intelligent shopping assistant chatbot to hold conversations with customers across multiple channels. This led to a reduction in abandoned carts by 32%.
How we integrated patient data from heterogeneous EMR systems to a HIPAA-compliant cloud data warehouse
Learn how we helped in the client’s cloud platform integration with a wide range of EMR systems run by government agencies and healthcare institutions in developing countries. For smooth operations and expansion of healthcare access to financially underprivileged patients.
How we implemented a global integration platform for Dr. Agarwal’s HIS / EMR / ERP landscape
Learn how we enabled seamless data flow between various enterprise systems across Dr. Agarwal’s IT landscape, catering to HIS, EMR, Procurement, Financials and more.
Distributed Supercomputer that leverages Blockchain and Machine Learning
Beyond cryptocurrencies, a lot of innovative use cases are made possible by the new generation blockchain platforms. In particular, blockchain is opening new avenues for performing large scale distributed computing.
Recently, we worked on a distributed supercomputer for IoT and dApps (dApps are typically open source, decentralized applications) that leverages machine learning and blockchain. This product aims at creating a globally distributed computing platform that leverages the computing power of users’ machines, from PCs to entire data centers. This platform can be used for multiple purposes such as for running decentralized IoT and Web 3.0 applications, game servers, multimedia streaming, dApps as well as storage.
How to increase the safety of Industrial IoT Applications
As IoT and M2M technology increases, so does the risk of managing countless assets, thermostats, lightings, refrigeration units, etc. We treat Industrial IoT Security as a journey and not an end goal.
Explore how applications can be secured at three levels:
- Device Level
- Communication Level
- Cloud or application level
Best practices for Angular development
Angular helps build interactive and dynamic single-page applications (SPAs) with its compelling features including templating, two-way binding, modularization, RESTful API handling, dependency injection, and AJAX handling. Designers can use HTML as a template language and even extend HTML’s syntax to easily convey the components of the application. You also don’t need to rely on third-party libraries to build dynamic applications with Angular. Using this framework in your projects, you can reap multiple benefits.
While Angular Documentation is the right place to get to know best practices, this document focuses on additional best practices that are not covered in the framework’s documentation.
Front End Frameworks
Comparison between Angular, ReactJS and VueJS is comprehensive when a comparison of their respective ecosystems is also done.
What’s in our Front end guide?
- A side-by-side comparison of frameworks across different parameters
- Our evaluation of all the currently popular UI frameworks, tools and technologies we have worked with and what you should choose to stay ahead of the innovation curve
Web application security standards
While the overall security of web applications has continued to improve, it still leaves much to be desired. Reports state that about 66-94% of all web applications still have a security vulnerability. Key takeaways regarding web applications are below:
- Hackers can attack users in 9 out of 10 web applications. Attacks include redirecting users to a hacker-controlled resource, stealing credentials in phishing attacks, and infecting computers with malware.
- Unauthorized access to applications is possible on 39% of sites. In 2019, full control of the system could be obtained on 16%t of web applications. On 8% of systems, full control of the web application server allowed attacking the local network.
Breaches of sensitive data were a threat in 68% of web applications. Most breachable data was of a personal nature (47% of breaches) or credentials (31%).