Topic: voice-enabled technology
Pharma and healthcare companies interested in voice AI for patients shouldn't be hampered by new privacy issues, says one expert.
Eisai launches its first voice-enabled skill for Amazon Alexa this week aimed at kids with rare epilepsy Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and their families.
Alexa, are you HIPAA-compliant? For the first time, the Amazon voice platform can say yes, and that could mean more projects for pharma.
UCB's new mobile app is built specifically for Parkinson’s disease with a virtual health assistant named April.
Pharma is just starting to answer consumer demand for voice assistants that can address their health, but 2018 could bring a flurry of activity.
Sugarpod, a voice-enabled diabetes plan that uses Amazon's Alexa to help people complete daily tasks by speaking, won Merck’s tech challenge.
Look who’s talking—to voice assistants. Physicians are increasingly adopting the hands-free, time-saving tools.
What might Alexa do for diabetes patients? Serve as a mood-sensing coach, nutrition assistant and a sleuth that detects risky behaviors, for three.
Alexa? Help pharma find patient solutions. That’s what Merck & Co. is aiming for in its new partnership with Amazon Web Service.