Lux In The News

Can 3D Printing of Alternative Proteins Take Off?

NANALYZE - At least one analyst at Lux Research is bearish on the whole thing, concluding, “Given that 3D printing of plant-based meats is essentially a niche within a niche, we do not recommend that clients engage with this space.”

Healthcare spending growth of $750 billion in 2020 is a big opportunity for medtech

TECH RADAR - A new report from Lux Research estimates that global healthcare expenditure will increase by 7.5% in 2020 (up strongly from growth of 2.4% in 2015), meaning that next year’s growth alone will be a rather staggering $750 billion globally.

Digital Opportunities Increase as Healthcare Plans to Spend Additional $750 Billion by 2020

PR NEWSWIRE - The team at Lux Research, a leading provider of tech-enabled research and advisory services for technology innovation, applied a digital framework to identify core outcomes and digital use cases impacting major stakeholders in their new report, "The Digital Transformation of Healthcare."

Probiota Asia 2019: Medlab to assess mood disorders and the power of probiotics

FOOD NAVIGATOR ASIA - Probiotic brand Medlab has been added to the agenda for the forthcoming Probiota Asia summit in Singapore, where its Director of Medical Research will assess the benefits of probiotics for mood disorders.

Future Forward Artificial Intelligence for New Product Development

VITAFOODS INSIGHTS - It's an exciting time for the food space as developers continually look to technology to accelerate product development and tackle issues surrounding food safety and security, health profiles, flavour, texture, sustainability and waste.

China still lags in AI innovation race despite besting U.S. in patents

SINGAPORE BUSINESS REVIEW - Although investments into China's AI startups dwarf the rest of the world - almost 70% higher than those in the US - a report from Lux Research suggests that China has yet to fully cement its status as a global AI leader.

China still not leading in AI innovation despite $6B+ in startup funding

AI IN HEALTHCARE - Contrary to popular perceptions, while much leading-edge innovation involving AI is coming out of China, the advances emanating from the Middle Kingdom are limited to just a few platform technologies and market segments.

China is still lagging behind the U.S. in AI innovation despite $6.1 billion in funding: Report

TECH STARTUPS - Contrary to what the mainstream media would have you believe, China is still behind and second to the United States in artificial intelligence (AI) innovation, according to Lux Research, a leading provider of tech-enabled research and advisory services for technology innovation.

Spain’s Second Solar Boom, and Possible Market Failure?

SOLAR MAGAZINE - Lux Research’s Seoane da Silva believes a solar market failure will be avoided. “I wouldn’t say a bust is imminent or will happen. Spain is lagging behind other countries despite all these targets, and still lacking in terms of rules, regulations and transparency,” she said.

Despite $6.1 Billion in Funding, China Not Leading in AI Innovation

PR NEWSWIRE - The new report analyzes the total number of AI-related VC funding, patents, and research papers in five major AI technology areas: fundamental AI, natural language processing (NLP), voice recognition, computer vision, and AI processors and edge computing.

 
1