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  • “Innovation is a journey, not a destination,” says Murray Gillies, Venture Manager, Digital Cognitive Diagnostics, Philips HealthWorks. He and his colleagues are on a remarkable adventure to create a digital cognitive assessment solution for neurologists. Read his blog to learn more about his heartfelt journey so far. #datascientist #lifeatphilips

    A data science adventure: creating a digital cognitive assessment solution for neurologists - Research | Philips

    Innovation is a journey, not a destination. During that journey you constantly look at the talent in your team, the challenge you've been set and experience both a feeling of achievement for what has been done and excitement for what is still to come.

  • With her degree in electrical engineering completed, Paula Gibson joined Philips as an intern almost two years ago. Today she's onboard full-time and has some advice for soon-to-be graduates considering a career at Philips. Learn more about her journey. #internship #career #lifeatphilips

    From an intern to a full time Philips employee | Philips

    Check out Paula's journey at Philips and the advice she has for future employees... at Philips

  • Philips is one step closer to seeing its desire for an open pathology platform turn into reality. With over 16 millions digitized tissue slides software developers and research scientists can now use Philips Pathology SDK, allowing them to access real-time and dynamic pathology data which can be used for example in the development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) deep learning algorithms with the aim to increase the sensitivity and specificity of tumor detection software. Read on to learn more. #lifeatphilips #makelifebetter #ai

    Philips Pathology SDK now available to software developers and research scientists

    Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Royal Philips announces the release of its Pathology Software Development Kit (SDK) that allows software developers and research scientists to access pathology image data stored in the iSyntax format. This will help open up new opportunities for further visualization, data mining, and image processing of histopathology images using third-party applications, beyond the Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution .

  • Healthy living and prevention are at the core of personal health at Philips. In this blog, Philips’ Personal Health Chief Business Lead Roy Jakobs shares how we’re helping to put people in the driver’s seat when it comes to managing their health and wellbeing. #lifeatphilips #makelifebetter

    Beyond Quantified Self: the rise and rise of the active health consumer

    It's been around 10 years since the first Fitbit hit the market. Suddenly, and for the first time, we as consumers could count our steps and monitor our sleep and heart rate without stepping inside the doctor's consulting room.

  • We could say a lot about how amazing an internship at Philips is. But we think our interns say it better. Join our research intern, Oussama, on an unforgettable journey to Kenya as part of our collaboration with Amref, supporting primary healthcare in Africa. Check out Oussama’s vlog here. #lifeatphilips #internships #career

  • The gig economy has inspired a new movement that offers a dynamic and innovative approach to work, empowering employees to find their path to a rewarding career. Could adopting a gig culture at your company help you meet the long-term needs of your employees and your organisation? Here are 5 simple steps that could help you implement a program of your own.

    The future of work: 5 things to know about adopting a gig culture in your company

    Just as the disruptive mindset has transformed industries, businesses and markets, it has also revolutionised the way we work. Technology and infrastructure have given rise to a gig economy which has expanded employment possibilities beyond traditional full-time roles.

  • Do you still believe the cliché of the corporate internship being nothing else than repetitive boring tasks from 9 to 5? Then you will be surprised to read what cutting-edge projects interns and graduates at Philips are driving and rocking…Spoiler alert: it’s not an ordinary way to kick start your career!

    Life At Philips Career Blog

    Five interns and graduates from around the world share the innovations they're working on at Philips and ideas they are helping to bring to life. at Philips

  • Who said that going for excellence can’t be fun? Working at Philips, you discover that we work really hard but we can also play hard . This year’s Philips Excellence Competition was, once again, no exception: take a look at how teams from across the world and across the organization got together at our head quarters in Amsterdam to get rewarded for their great work at Philips and celebrate our culture.

  • For Sharath Kalyan, working to serve a bigger purpose makes his job at the Philips Innovation Campus in India truly meaningful. “I’ve seen the difference that high-quality healthcare makes in people’s lives,” he explains. Find out what he’s doing to help fulfill Philips’ mission of improving three billion lives by 2030. #lifeatphilips #career

    Changing healthcare for the better, one step at a time | Philips

    Since I was young, I've wanted to make the world a better place. I grew up in a family of doctors; my father is a doctor and my uncle a neurosurgeon. My interest in healthcare was sparked by the discussions they'd have about complex cases they were working on.

  • There's nothing more fulfilling than realizing the career you fantasized about having when you were a kid. Sounds like Pavan Chivukula, Senior Engineering Manager, found that at Philips. "As a child, I’d pull things apart to see and understand their inner workings. This intrinsic urge to learn how a system works inspired me to become an engineer. In a way, my role at Philips is the culmination of a childhood dream." Read his story. #lifeatphilips #career #engineering

    Converting strategy into reality | Philips

    Engineering is a field of creativity! You learn valuable skills that can be applied in various disciplines. As a child, I'd pull things apart to see and understand their inner workings. This intrinsic urge to learn how a system works inspired me to become an engineer.

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