// // It is highly recommended to set this option, even though it's not required. // defaults to undefined. //appElement: "#page-container", // Optional. You can customize the name of the cookie that Orejime uses for storing // user consent decisions. // defaults to "orejime". cookieName: "diadao_cookies", // Optional. You can set a custom expiration time for the Orejime cookie, in days. // defaults to 365. cookieExpiresAfterDays: 365, // You must provide a link to your privacy policy page privacyPolicy: JSON.parse(Config.orejimePrivacyPolicyPage), // You must provide a link to your cookies policy page cookiePolicy: JSON.parse(Config.orejimeCookiesPage), // Optional. Applications configured below will be ON by default if default=true. // defaults to true default: true, // Optional. If "mustConsent" is set to true, Orejime will directly display the consent // manager modal and not allow the user to close it before having actively // consented or declined the use of third-party apps. // defaults to false mustConsent: false, // Optional. If "implicitConsent" is set to true, Orejime will automatically accept // cookies if the user continues his navigation on the website after the // first page. If you enable this, you must warn the user // of this behavior in the notice window. You can do that easily by overriding // translation strings (see below). // defaults to false implicitConsent: false, // Optional. You can define the UI language directly here. If undefined, Orejime will // use the value given in the global "lang" variable, or fallback to the value // in the lang attribute, or fallback to "en". lang: Config.currentLang, // You can overwrite existing translations and add translations for your // app descriptions and purposes. See `src/translations.yml` for a full // list of translations that can be overwritten // translations: Config.texts.orejime, // If you want to use custom text for your project translations: {}, // The list of third-party apps that Orejime will manage for you. // The apps will appear in the modal in the same order as defined here. // appsList: ["analytics", "big_calendar", "orejime", "offerhighlight"], appsList: JSON.parse(Config.orejimeAppsList), apps: [] }

Intrasense launches its AI Hub in partnership with Milvue

Intrasense (FR0011179886 - ALINS), specialist in medical imaging software solutions, announces, in partnership with the company Milvue, the first integration of a solution within its Hub dedicated to artificial intelligence. The AI Hub enables the simple and ergonomic integration of artificial intelligence algorithms and their orchestration within clinical applications to better meet the
needs of users.

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