Researchers take a stand on algorithm design for job centers: Landing a job isn’t always the right goal

Imagine that you are a job consultant. You are sitting across from your client, an unemployed individual. After locating them

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Utilizing telemedicine in the ER can reduce wait times and patient length of stay

INFORMS Journal Information Systems Researc h New Study Key Takeaways: Increasing telemedicine availability in the emergency room (ER) significantly reduces

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Deep neural networks show promise for predicting future self-harm based on clinical notes

Researchers at the Medical University of South Carolina use deep learning models to identify patients at risk of intentional self-harm based on unstructured patient clinical notes alone

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Some employees more likely to adhere to information security policies than others

Information security policies (ISP) that are not grounded in the realities of an employee’s work responsibilities and priorities exposes organizations

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Radiology research funding has increased — still no association with citation rate

While AJR articles were more frequently unfunded, and Radiology articles were more often funded, citation rate was not different between funded vs. unfunded; moreover, funding was not significantly associated with citations

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New research showcases Italian town as blueprint for ‘anchor entrepreneurship’ framework

New research from The Business School (formerly Cass) has shed light on how Mirandola, a small town in the North East of Italy, became a major hub for the production of medical devices and sets a roadmap for the origins of industrialisation in small, quiet communities.

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University of Missouri awarded $1.5 million to improve traffic safety, reduce congestion

MU engineers developing real-time, smart traffic management system for first use in greater St. Louis

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