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Using Semantic Web technology to improve medical trials and guidelines

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Published: 30.01.14
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Prof Van Harmelen - Professor of Knowledge Representation, VU University, Amsterdam

Prof Van Harmelen of the VU University, Amsterdam discusses the use of semantic web technology to help design more effective clinical trials, to design personalised guidelines, and to speed up the update cycle of medical guidelines. 

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