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.
If you're a clinician there is no doubt that you've spotted a problem and thought of a possible solution. This is having an idea, but how much is it worth? In my previous posts, I have been a little flat with the value of ideas, I've generally said that they are not worth much. If … Continue reading How much is your idea worth?
In this episode, I and Nathan explore the hype around machine learning and the over hype of science. The podcast is up to an hour long, is tangential and also contains personal anecdotes and light politics. As opposed to the inspirational clinicians section that tries to pack information into a short interview this is for … Continue reading Bryan Podcast: Episode 6
Not matter what you do in life you will have consider backing off and cutting losses. In society, we use very simplistic rules. I’ve seen the method, three strikes and you’re out used in sports, employment and social relationships. This works well with the simplistic situations in sport. However, although this may save time it seems … Continue reading Forget social politics! Algorithms can deal with flaky friends
I and Nathan Blake answer questions and generally talk about med tech and clinical innovation in a relaxed fashion. Warning! The podcast is up to an hour long, is tangential and also contains personal anecdotes and light politics. As opposed to the inspirational clinicians section that tries to pack information into a short interview this … Continue reading Bryan Podcast: Episode 3
Recently Jeremy Hunt pushed a political agenda for a 7-day week NHS based off the fact that patients admitted over the weekend are more likely to die. Doctors and nurses all over the country pointed out that selection bias was not taken into account. Patients getting admitted at the weekend were more likely to be … Continue reading Does selection bias reveal our emotional bias