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In 2019, the market size of Artificial Intelligence Systems in Healthcare is xx million US$ and it will reach xx million US$ in 2025, growing at a CAGR of xx% from 2019; while in China, the market size is valued at xx million US$ and will increase to xx million US$ in 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during forecast period.In this report, 2018 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for Artificial Intelligence Systems in Healthcare.This report studies the global market size of Artificial Intelligence Systems in Healthcare, especially focuses on the key regions like United States, European Union, China, and other regions (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia).This study presents the Artificial Intelligence Systems in Healthcare production, revenue, market share and growth rate for each key company, and also covers the breakdown data (production, consumption, revenue and market share) by regions, type and applications.history breakdown data from 2014 to 2019, and forecast to 2025.For top companies in United States, European Union and China, this report investigates and analyzes the production, value, price, market share and growth rate for the top manufacturers, key data from 2014 to 2019.Get a complete & Professional sample PDF of the global a market report at global market, the following companies are covered:     IBM    Microspft    Apple    SAP    Intel    Google    Salesforce    Brighterion    Megvii Technology    Yseop    Ipsoft    WelltokMarket segment by Type, the product can be split into    On-Premise    Cloud-BasedMarket segment by Application, split into    Hospitals    Ambulatory Surgery Centers    Clinics    OthersKey Regions split in this report: breakdown data for each region.United States    China    European Union    Rest of World (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)The study objectives are:    To analyze and research the Artificial Intelligence Systems in Healthcare status and future forecast in United States, European Union and China, involving sales, value (revenue), growth rate (CAGR), market share, historical and forecast.To present the key Artificial Intelligence Systems in Healthcare manufacturers, presenting the sales, revenue, market share, and recent development for key players.To split the breakdown data by regions, type, companies and applications    To analyze the global and key regions market potential and advantage, opportunity and challenge, restraints and risks.To identify significant trends, drivers, influence factors in global and regions    To analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the marketIn this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Artificial Intelligence Systems in Healthcare are as follows:    History Year: 2014-2018    Base Year: 2018    Estimated Year: 2019    Forecast Year 2019 to 2025Table of ContentsChapter One Report OverviewChapter Two Global Growth TrendsChapter Three Market Share by ManufacturersChapter Four Market Size by TypeChapter Five Market Size by ApplicationChapter Six Production by RegionsChapter Seven Artificial Intelligence Systems in Healthcare Consumption by RegionsChapter Eight Company ProfilesChapter Nine Market ForecastChapter Ten Value Chain and Sales Channels AnalysisChapter Eleven Opportunities & Challenges, Threat and Affecting FactorsChapter Twelve Key FindingsChapter Thirteen AppendixContact USQY Research, INC.CN: ++86 20 2209 3278Email: sales@qyresearchglobal.comWeb: 
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Apple and Google compete in a whole host of areas, from mobile operating systems to music platforms, so it follows that they have competing streaming media protocols as well—something that we’ve been hearing plenty about at CES 2019.But how exactly do these technologies work?If you’re confused about finding a place for these standards in your smart home, this should help.Traditionally, AirPlay 2 has used the first method, pushing the stream from one device to another via Bluetooth or your local wifi network.There are are now a growing number of exceptions though, including playing Apple Music tunes on a HomePod or iTunes movies on an AirPlay 2 compatible TV, where the stream is picked up directly from the web (you’ll see the option to AirPlay straight from iCloud on an Apple TV).If the stream is being picked up from the web, AirPlay still requires a sending device to be connected: Beam a purchased iTunes movie or a Netflix show from an iPad to an Apple TV via AirPlay, for example, and if the iPad is disconnected from the web the stream stops.
Microsoft's Bing search engine is inaccessible in China following a government order, the Financial Times reported late Wednesday.State-owned telecom company China Unicom confirmed that the government had ordered the block, the Financial Times reported, citing a source.Microsoft didn't immediately respond to a request for comment but is reportedly investigating the matter.If Bing is indeed blocked in China, it would become the second major search engine to exit the country.Google withdrew its search engine and other websites in 2010 to avoid censorship and any compromise to its commitment to a free and open internet.Facebook, Twitter and Yahoo are among the thousands of websites originating in the west that are blocked by the so-called Great Firewall of China.
The Chinese government seems to be working to further strengthen its notorious Great Firewall of censorship.Or at least that’s the growing suspicion behind the still unexplained outage of Microsoft Bing in China.While it’s not really unusual for the restrictive regime to block access to Internet services to “protect” its citizens from outside corruption, Bing’s exit could mean that Chinese users will no longer have access to non-Chinese search engines completely.Supporting Internet services in China can be very tricky.The country’s government is known for demanding that service providers censor certain content that they have deemed to be subversive or encouraging such thoughts.Some have caved in some cases, others have not.
Many audiophiles considered it a relative bargain, but that’s still an unreasonable price for most people.The LSX fixes both of these issues.For $1,100 it gets remarkably close to the LS50W, it is truly wireless, and it handily outperforms any of the aforementioned ‘techy’ speakers.I was a little worried about the textile durability, but I didn’t notice it degrade over a month of use and a fair bit of moving the speakers around.You might just want to keep them away from scratch-happy cats.Where the Sonos and Home Max only have a 3.5mm aux port and Wi-Fi, the LSX has Aux, Optical, and Bluetooth AptX in addition to WiFi playback via Spotify Connect, Tidal, or Apple AirPlay 2.
Verizon is laying off 7 percent of its employees in its digital business as the phone company comes to grips with the hard realities of building a major media and advertising business to compete with Facebook and Google.Verizon Media had a total of about 11,400 employees at the end of 2018."These were difficult decisions, and we will ensure that our colleagues are treated with respect and fairness, and given the support they need," Guru Gowrappan, Verizon Media's CEO, said in a letter to employees.He continued, "Now is the time to go on the offensive, go deep on our big priorities and do everything we can to advance the business."The layoffs come at a time when Verizon is struggling to make its transition from a wireless and broadband company into a media brand to create an alternative to digital advertising juggernauts Google and Facebook.In 2017 it merged AOL and Yahoo into its business, creating the media division dubbed Oath.
American technology giants spent record sums on lobbying in 2018, according to disclosures the companies filed with the Federal Elections Commission on Tuesday.Google led the pack, spending $21 million—up from $18 million in 2017.The company lobbied on a wide range of issues, including copyright and patent reform, privacy issues, cybersecurity, education, trade, health IT, immigration, workplace diversity, spectrum policy, network neutrality, autonomous vehicles, and tax reform.Amazon spent $14 million lobbying on many of the same issues, while Facebook spent almost $13 million.Microsoft spent $9.5 million, while Apple spent $6 million.All that spending has come at a time when technology companies are under siege from both the left and the right.
Analysis Following uproar from developers and netizens over proposed changes to Chrome that threaten to break content and ad blockers, and knacker other browser extensions, Google software engineer Devlin Cronin has offered reassurance that the plans aren't set in stone.Google also issued a follow-up statement suggesting willingness to work with the developer community: "These changes are in the design process, as mentioned in the document and the Chromium bug.Google's intent appears to represent an effort to push back against the assumption voiced by some developers that these changes were driven by a desire to protect its ad business from content and ad blocking extensions.Google first floated the changes in October last year in a blog post describing a plan to make browser extensions more trustworthy.The plan outlined user controls to restrict which sites extensions can access, banning extension developers from using obfuscated code and changing the Chrome extension review process.Google's stated reasons for making these changes sound reasonable, even if the consequences may not have been completely thought out.
Polestar, Volvo’s electric performance brand, is teasing what will be the first native version of Android Auto in a new mobile web demo that was released on Wednesday.The app-like experience, viewable on smartphones or tablets, allows people to tap around an early version of the user interface that will launch on Polestar’s second car, the aptly named Polestar 2, later this year.At its 2017 I/O developer conference, Google announced that it was working on a native version of Android Auto that would not require the use of a smartphone, and Volvo and Audi were the first automakers to strike a deal to put it in their cars.(Audi’s been far more tight-lipped about its own project.)The display was skinned to look just like the Swedish carmaker’s Sensus infotainment system, but it had access to the Android Auto version of Google’s Play Store app ecosystem as well as fully integrated versions of Google Maps, Play Music, and more.What Polestar showed off on Wednesday looks a lot different, however.
Robot vacuums are sweeping their way into people’s home, as an increasing number of brands step into the smart home cleaning market.And Roomba is still considered the top of the line when it comes to these handy robotic home tools.Staying on top of daily chores is never easy but with a helpful little robot you can save yourself some time and keep your living space under control.If you’ve been looking for a robot vacuum that fits your budget, Amazon is slashing prices on the Roomba 690.Investing in a robot vacuum offers a range of benefits and for a limited time you can save $127 on the Roomba 690 with Wi-Fi connectivity, which is the lowest price since its Black Friday and Cyber Monday discounts.The handy device will navigate through your home picking up dirt via the iRobot home app.
Google is planning to change the way extensions integrate with its Chrome browser.The move also means that popular ad blocking extensions such as uBlock Origin and uMatrix will, according to their developer, no longer work.For example, extensions will no longer be able to load code from remote servers, so the extension that's submitted to the Chrome Web store contains exactly the code that will be run in the browser.This prevents malicious actors from submitting an extension to the store that loads benign code during the submission and approval process but then switches to something malicious once the extension is published.The problem for ad blockers comes with an API called webRequest.With the current webRequest API, the browser asks the extension to examine each network request that the extension is interested in.
Imagine waking up from a deep slumber to the gentle sound of water boiling and dripping onto coffee grounds.The air fills with the warm, welcome aroma of coffee.You open your eyes to see a clear glass cup on top of your alarm clock fill drop by drop with beautiful caffeinated gold.If you need cold half-and-half, no worries, there's a petite chilled cup inside the clock at the ready.For coffee lovers this scenario may seem like a dream, but it's the reality delivered by the Barisieur hybrid alarm clock/coffee maker.The alarm clock initially got my attention at CES this year because it reminded me of the elaborate chemistry setup that Gale uses to make coffee on Breaking Bad.
Google confirmed on Wednesday that it will appeal its recent $57 million fine for breaching Europe's strict new privacy rules, the GDPR."We're also concerned about the impact of this ruling on publishers, original content creators and tech companies in Europe and beyond," a Google spokesperson said.Google also said it "worked hard to create a GDPR consent process for personalised ads that is as transparent and straightforward as possible."The fine by the French watchdog is a major test for the privacy rules which came into effect across Europe last May."We've worked hard to create a GDPR consent process for personalised ads that is as transparent and straightforward as possible, based on regulatory guidance and user experience testing," a Google spokesperson told Business Insider in a statement on Wednesday."We're also concerned about the impact of this ruling on publishers, original content creators and tech companies in Europe and beyond.
Gimme, gimme, gimme your data after midnight... Swedish watchdogs cry, Mamma Mia!Google's slurping of people's location data and web browsing histories is being probed by Swedish privacy watchdog.The Swedish Data Protection Authority (Datainspektionen) announced the investigation earlier this week, just as the search engine giant was handed a €50m penalty from the French data watchdog.The probe is the result of a complaint submitted in November by the Swedish Consumer Association (Sveriges Konsumenter) that is based on a report from the Norwegian Consumer Council (Forbrukerrådet) about Google's use of dark patterns – which are user interface design choices that attempt to trick users into doing things they may not want to do.That report criticised the "overwhelming amount of granular choices" on Google's privacy dashboard, and the pop-ups trying to dissuade users from turning off (or, as Google says, "pausing") location data.Google is already facing lawsuits in the US over admissions that when users "paused" location history, it still gathered up that information – unless they had also turned off "web and app activity".
Few topics generate as much passion or debate as football, and not even Amazon’s Alexa assistant is immune to it.Although Alexa added sports information to her formidable repertoire last year, it seems the smart assistant has progressed from telling you about sports to having her own preferences.If you ask Alexa who will win the Super Bowl, she’ll say she wants the Rams to win — but believes the Patriots will take home the trophy.She even makes a quip about how crowded Tom Brady’s fingers are getting.“As much as I want the Rams to win, you can never count out the New England Patriots.The Patriots will be taking home the Vance Lombardi Trophy, and Tom Brady will need to use his other hand for that sixth Super Bowl ring,” she says.
Tech giants kicked up their spending on Capitol Hill in 2018, as companies like Google, Facebook and Amazon led record-setting lobbying efforts.Google led the charge, spending more than $21.2 million on lobbying last year.Facebook, challenged with issues like slowing user growth and a massive data privacy scandal, spent $12.6 million on lobbying efforts in 2018.The increased spending comes as lawmakers turn their attention to regulating the tech industry, with issues like privacy legislation, net neutrality, election integrity, 5G connectivity and cybersecurity among their concerns.Almost every major tech company across the board spent more on lobbying in 2018 than they did in 2017, except for Apple, which spent $6.6 million compared with $7 million in the year before.With the increased spending came increased scrutiny from lawmakers.