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More e-health can be life-changing for families and society

The growth of e-health solutions is not just changing relationships between patients and healthcare workers, but also family and gender structures. More light must be shed on the societal consequences, say social scientists.

A Digital Fishing Trip

Four Norwegian research projects develop artificial (marine) intelligence. Their results will change how you view a fish.

The price of digital citizenship and the forfeit of autonomy

OPINION: What the commoditisation of user information could mean.

Digital aids are not helpful for all patients

The health service uses a growing amount of technology for communicating with patients. While this works well for some cancer patients, it can lead to others becoming unduly preoccupied with their illness.

Visual language will give better online services

When you last bought a book or a trip online, did you have a good or poor user experience?