There were many reasons I chose to jump the NHS ship and develop software in financial tech. One big motivator was that London is an international hub for financial tech as most of the financial transactions go through London and New York. I knew that I would be learning cutting edge tech and processes. Another … Continue reading It’s the data drought that’s killing the NHS Academic development
The summer sun has brought the heat and I'm feeling it. The extra weight I put on over exam period aids in my overheating as I walk down the road and sit on the tube. It's been roughly a year since I and Shubz have been working on it and learning the framework Django as … Continue reading We got a minimum viable product out…. what did we learn?
I and Nathan Blake generally talk about med tech and clinical innovation in a relaxed fashion. In this episode, we cover Trump, artificial intelligence and how it could evolve in society and as always the way politics abuses science and data.
This book is not only interesting, it's surprisingly general. I myself love doing math and looking through algorithms. The smoother the algorithm the more excited I get. However, I'm recommending this because it does an amazing job of stripping down the essential components of the algorithm in basic terms and applying it to real life situations. … Continue reading Book suggestion: Algorithms to Live by: The Computer Science of Human Decisions
This Christmas I was in between night shifts. As a result, a kind long term friend took me in for Christmas dinner when I woke up at 6pm. Let some of my other friends he was a boardgame enthusiast, so it wasn't surprising that we spent a couple of hours after dinner playing a boardgame. As … Continue reading You’re playing Monopoly wrong! How does this reflect on clinical decision making and machine learning?
Bubbles are very real damaging things. Most people don’t see them until they’re too late. In-fact, it’s this sort of blindness that facilitates bubbles. There seems to be three ingredients. Firstly the new area is over-hyped, it is then perpetuated, and finally when it can no longer be sustained it collapses. To get a sense … Continue reading Is nursing education a bursting bubble?