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Daily news digests

Media Safari reads the tech and health news daily so you don’t always have to.

Our daily digests from the national, trade and technical news agenda is vital for strategic communications campaigns. They help us to stay in tune with the macro-environment and capitalise on media opportunities.

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Today’s top health news

Radiologists in The Netherlands have  advised against chest radiographs to mitigate the risk of over-diagnosis, reports AuntMinnieEurope.com.

Today’s top health news

A drop of blood on filter paper which has been allowed to dry may offer a better, cheaper option for early blood diagnostics and treatments, reports EuropeanPharmaceuticalReview.com. The new study from Uppsala University measured 92 different proteins in millimetre sized… Read more

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NHS England has admitted a flaw in its flagship patient choice scheme, reports HSJ.co.uk. The scheme, designed to allow patients choice on where they receive their treatment, may have resulted in patients being given the wrong advice.

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Today’s top tech news

Half of firms in the UK are set to invest in artificial intelligence in the next five years, reports Computing.co.uk. The survey, which covered 160 businesses, noted that investments were high in areas once seen as niche, but are now… Read more

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Sixty per cent of IoT projects stall at the proof of concept stage, reports Computing.co.uk. This follows research which noted that only 26 per cent of companies have had an IoT initiative they considered a complete success.

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Samsung’s “airtight” eye scanning security technology has been fooled by a photograph and a contact lens, reports BBC.co.uk. Samsung informed the BBC it was “aware of the issue”.