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Brite Innovation Review Summer 2021

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The confluence of artificial intelligence with other advances in digital and biological sciences is presenting an exciting wave of innovations, opening up a world of possibilities for healthcare. In this issue, IKE CEO Professor Sa’ad Sam Medhat explores AI’s innovation potential and what it means for organisations in the health and life sciences space.

 
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We also explore the rapid evolution of AI across industry overall, accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic, and find out how it is impacting organisations, governments and individuals.

Climate change remains at the forefront of global concerns. We hear how the private sector needs to step up its efforts towards net-zero emissions, and find out about the IKE Institute’s work with its partner organisations to establish two engines of change supporting innovation and renewables.

Elsewhere, we find out what businesses need to know about the state of play in quantum computing, take a look at advances in smart city technologies and how pioneering cities around the world are implementing them, and more.

Susanne Hauner, Publisher

We welcome views on innovation from across industry, government and academia. If you’d like to contribute an article to Brite, get in touch.

 
 
 

Reimagining healthcare with artificial intelligence

IKE CEO Professor Sa’ad Sam Medhat explores the transformative potential of AI in healthcare

 
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Covid-19 drives augmented reality in healthcare

How augmented reality is helping hospitals manage Covid-19

 
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The rise of AI during the pandemic

Covid-19 has accelerated the spread of AI in business and industries are already changing because of it

 
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AI and the future of work

Professor David Shrier on how businesses can prepare for the arrival of AI

 
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Climate change: inaction is not an option

Net-zero emission targets need action now, and no organisation is exempt from the effort

 
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Green innovations powered by two engines of change

The IKE Institute and its partners have set up two engines of change to support innovation and renewable energy

 
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Could collaboration drive the clean energy transition?

LF Energy uses open-source interfaces to encourage collaboration in the energy sector

 
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Here but not here: quantum computers

What businesses need to know about the current state of quantum computing

 
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What is standardisation management?

How businesses can benefit from the BSI’s standardization management system

 
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Smart cities: the state of play

How cities are becoming smarter with the evolution of IoT technologies

 
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The world’s smartest cities

The technologies and strategies powering some of the world’s smartest cities

 
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ABOUT BRITE INNOVATION REVIEW

Brite is a quarterly digital journal published by NRi Digital on behalf of the Institute of Innovation and Knowledge Exchange. This magazine highlights the innovations, ideas and people who are transforming industry, education and government policy and provides a digital platform to promote science, technology and business innovation, exchanging ideas and knowledge, and encouraging the advancement of innovative practice across different sectors.

Brite brings together leading thinkers from business, education, research and industry to celebrate and promote the original thought and creative processes that drive economic and societal development. Each issue is distributed to NRi Digital’s audience of more than 100,000 industry decision makers and influencers, and is also distributed to IKE’s members across government, industry and education.

 
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