As in many areas of daily life, artificial intelligence is becoming increasingly important in medicine. It can help recognizing cancer earlier or to detect diseases - but what if the... read more →
Surgical robots have quickly become the standard for a wide variety of surgical procedures. On jdsupra.com Mihai Vrasmasu has summarized the trends in product liability litigation in the surgical robotics... read more →
In an in-depth interview, Steven Steinborn, attorney and partner at Hogan Lovells in Washington, D.C., talks about the role of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. It has regulatory authority... read more →
The debate about diesel driving bans and hardware upgrades is still in full swing in Germany. How useful are they? Is there a legal basis to force hardware upgrades by... read more →
Can Social Media Monitoring support pharmacovigilance? An Italian team of scientists has examined the question. Read the whole study.
While in the past TVs were mainly about how robustly they were built, these days they are subject to completely different certification requirements. For smart TVs, for example - and... read more →
We encounter them every day on the Internet, whether it's on Amazon, Google or other shopping sites: algorithms recommend other products we might be interested in. But although they are... read more →