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DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Stanford uses AI to diagnose pneumonia — OIG plans to audit telehealth payments — Roche acquires lab analyti...

Stanford researchers developed an AI that can diagnose pneumonia in patients more accurately than human radiologists.

Automation could add more than $1.1 trillion to the global economy in the next 10 years

"Technology will affect economic growth rates and capital market returns in ways that are difficult to foresee," JPM Asset Management said.
Deutsche Bank CEO John Cryan pictured in 2009.

Deutsche Bank CEO Cryan hints robots could replace thousands of people at the bank

"We employ 97,000 people," Cryan said in an interview with the Financial Times. "Most big peers have more like half that number."

Tesla just bought an automation company to help it build the factory of the future — here’s what we know about it

Tesla said that it bought the automation company Perbix to help it build the factory of the future.

Starbucks has been fending off the robot takeover for years — and any company can take a lesson from its methods

Starbucks knew early on that investing in employees would pay off — even as automation threatens jobs, says Scott Galloway, author of "The Four."
Larry Ellison announced a new database during Oracle's opening keynote on Sunday evening.

Oracle announces a new automated database that can patch cybersecurity flaws itself

"It will be less than one half of what Amazon charges you. We will write that in your contract," Oracle chairman Larry Ellison said on Sunday.

The only way to stay ahead of the robots taking over our jobs is to start now, says the founder of ‘blue collar LinkedIn’

Jobcase CEO and founder Fred Goff shared his advice on coping with the automation of work.
IBM invests about $500 million annually on the professional development of employees.

Digital badges are the newest effort to help employees stave off the robots — and major companies are getting on board

Some companies are starting to embrace ongoing skill-based learning programs for their employees. IBM, EY, and Salesforce have begun issuing digital badges.

This pie chart shows how Goldman Sachs is trying to become the Google of Wall Street

They're looking to hire techies to build out a number of new initiatives.