A new analysis highlights the realistic pros and cons of apps and other technologies that use artificial intelligence (AI) to benefit older adults, including those facing dementia and cognitive decline. The work focuses on how these technologies can help older adults preserve their autonomy, and addresses ethical concerns that have been raised about the use of AI in so-called "carebots."
Elsevier, a global research publishing and information analytics provider, recently launched the English version of 'COVID-19: The Essentials of Prevention and Treatment'. A digital version of the book is freely available to download on Elsevier's Novel Coronavirus Information Center.
"Silicon Systems for Wireless LAN" considers the physical and medium access control layers of WLAN, discusses the design, modeling, verification, implementation, integration, and test aspects for digital, analog, and mixed-signal systems and circuits.
Whether it is reacting to news on COVID-19 cases, following safe management rules, adapting to changes at work, assessing leadership and public responses to the coronavirus crisis, or navigating post-pandemic realities, it is all part of understanding how humans think, feel, and behave, says SMU Professor David Chan.
The third edition of Family Violence in the United States explains the factors that can lead to family and intimate partner abuse as well as opportunities for prevention and intervention. Abuse is addressed among a variety of groups including children and college students, as well as some that are rarely addressed elsewhere, such as siblings, older adults, sexual minorities, male partners, and more.
2,700 years ago, a man called Kisir-Ashur practiced medicine and magic in the Assyrian city of Assur in present-day Northern Iraq. In a new book, Assyriologist Troels Pank Arbøll traces the healer's career from early diagnostic exercises and anatomy lessons until he graduated and was able to treat patients on his own as well as perform rituals to ward off diseases and isolate patients.
This book presents an understanding of the interaction between substrates or ligands with specific amino acid residues in biosynthetic enzymes
This book provides updates on the most recent studies about anti-infective agents, their mechanism of action, the relevant molecular targets and their implication in the development of novel antibiotics that have properties similar to their corresponding compounds of natural origin.
The second volume of the series 'Medicinal Chemistry for Pharmacy Students' presents an in-depth discussion on drugs related to nervous system.
This book provides updates about sampling theory and its applications.