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July 2018 Blog Posts (9)

Facts About Compliance Courses

What is compliance? We all know the commonly used meaning of the term. One of the meanings The Oxford Online Dictionary has for compliance is its being “(t) he state or fact of according with or meeting rules or standards”. So, in the context of the regulated industries, compliance is being in a state of acquiescence or agreement with the regulatory requirements. The rules or requirements are set out by the regulatory authorities such as the US FDA or the European Union’s European Medicines…

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Added by Adam Fleming on July 30, 2018 at 7:02am — No Comments

Python Gains Traction Among [Data Scientists]

Information researchers have a developing scope of alternatives while picking systematic instruments, and another overview of hardware inclinations uncovers a generally even split in inclinations among the three driving programming dialects.

In its…

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Added by Adam Fleming on July 27, 2018 at 7:00am — No Comments

An integral part of risk-based [food inspections]

Food inspections occupy a position of primacy among the FDA’s list of mechanisms aimed at maintaining and enhancing food safety. Since it is the sole regulatory body in the US for food, it is natural that the FDA attaches the highest importance to ensuring the safety and efficacy of food that is consumed across the nation.

Towards ensuring this, the FDA has initiated a number of plans and strategies. A seamless, informal and micro level activity in this list is risk-based food…

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Added by Adam Fleming on July 26, 2018 at 7:18am — No Comments

Having a [baby] is exorbitant and befuddling, notwithstanding for a wellbeing approach master

It is hard to believe that it has been just over since five months since our second son, Lukas, was born on Feb. 3. His mother, Hollyanne, is doing well, which is something to be thankful for, given the excessive maternal mortality rates in the U.S. Lukas is also healthy and growing, albeit sleeping little at night. What is…

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Added by Adam Fleming on July 19, 2018 at 8:23am — No Comments

Rebooting Life science industry with Digital (Technology)

Digital technology has been driving change throughout the life science industry for years, however the sector is currently standing on the precipice of revolutionary development – some organizations have already taken the jump towards a more digital future.

Data collection and visualization for decision making to improve the overall performance of themanufacturing supply chain is a huge opportunity for the life science industry, however it’s not about being new – it’s about using…

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Added by Adam Fleming on July 17, 2018 at 5:28am — No Comments

Education Technology’s Machine Learning Problem

From Formula 1 to Yelp, industries across the board are seeking ways to apply machine learning to their work. Even academics and Goldman Sachs analysts tried using it to predict World Cup winners. (Those predictions proved very, very wrong.)

But how is machine learning playing out in education—and how does it impact not just students, educators and parents, but also the businesses building technology tools to support teaching and learning?

At the SF Edtech Meetup, hosted by…

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Added by Adam Fleming on July 12, 2018 at 7:45am — No Comments

Ask the SMXperts — Schema & Structured Data, JavaScript

Do you think Google will use Schema extensions built by experts?

Bill: There are subject matter experts and there are experts on creating Schema, and ideally an extension will involve both types of experts. To read up on extensions to Schema, there is a page on Schema.org…

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Added by Adam Fleming on July 9, 2018 at 6:49am — No Comments

Blockchain Technologies to get Increasingly Powerful and Robust

You may be familiar with blockchain as the technology powering bitcoin cryptocurrency. But blockchain’s potential goes far beyond this, with healthcare being just one of the industries set to be revolutionized. In an editorial published today in the International Journal of Health GeographicsMaged N. Kamel Boulos and…

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Added by Adam Fleming on July 6, 2018 at 4:57am — No Comments

Introduction of the new system is causing some concern over the privacy

A NEW controversial system may soon see welfare recipients required to have their face scanned and analysed before they can access their payments.

The system, which will also affect people trying access Medicare and childcare subsidies, age pension and pay tax online, is part of a new biometric security program that is set to begin in October.

Under the new strategy those trying to access these government services will be required to take…

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Added by Adam Fleming on July 3, 2018 at 5:32am — No Comments

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