Even though they’re so small and vulnerable, premature babies generate more data than most current hospital IT infrastructures can decipher. That’s why a cloud-based big data effort in Canada is underway to derive value from streaming physiological data, giving those babies a better chance to survive the numerous health threats they face.

The effort, called Project Artemis (named after the Greek goddess of childbearing), is led by Carolyn McGregor, PhD, the Canada Research Chair in Health Informatics at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT).

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