Have you ever wondered how to build a workplace health & safety solution end-to-end?

Teo De Las Heras from the Azure IoT team joins us to demo and explain the architecture of such as solution built on Azure with IoT services.

Not only will you see the solution at work but you will also learn where you can find the entire solution for you to deploy on your own Azure subscription and use as a demo, or even as the starting point for your own solution.

Check it out on GitHub at https://aka.ms/iotshow/workplacesafety

Text Analytics for health is a preview feature of Text Analytics which enables developers to process and extract insights from unstructured clinical and biomedical text.

Through a single API call, using NLP techniques such as named entity recognition, entity linking, relation extraction and entity negation, Text Analytics can extract critical and relevant medical information without the need for time-intensive, manual development of custom models.

With more and more services going online, internet safety needs to be at the forefront of a lot more conversations.

BBC Click  examines the role of security, online education and more.

How can we keep teenagers safe online? We look at a new AI system that monitors video content on the fly and blurs anything unsuitable before kids see it. But can tech really help solve the problems that tech creates?

We speak to a mum whose daughter took her own life. She now campaigns for fundamental change, for tighter control of tech companies and online education for both parents and kids.

Artificial intelligence (AI) can help us do stuff like finding a specific photo in our photos app, or translating signs into another language.

What if we applied the same technology to really big problems in areas like healthcare?

Google’s Dr. Lily Peng describes her journey from medicine to technology and outlines the potential of AI in healthcare, describing how her team trained an AI algorithm to detect diabetic eye disease in medical images to help doctors in India prevent millions of people from getting blind. Dr. Lily Peng is a doctor by training and now works with a team of doctors, scientists, and engineers at Google Health who use AI for medical imaging, to increase the availability and accuracy of care. Some of her team’s recent work includes building models to detect diabetic eye disease, predict cardiovascular health factors, and identify breast and lung cancer.