Thursday, March 21, 2019

AI Useful in Diagnosing Melanoma, But Train Data Well for Best Results

The healthcare system’s continuous overhaul has prompted organizations to recruit artificial intelligence (AI) to aid in earlier, more accurate diagnoses while improving overall population management. AI’s ability to diagnose melanoma with higher fidelity illustrates...

Neuroengineers Translate Brain Signals Directly Into Speech

Columbia neuroengineers have created a system that translates thought into intelligible, recognizable speech. By monitoring someone's brain activity, the technology can reconstruct the words a person hears with unprecedented clarity. This breakthrough, which harnesses...

AI is Moving into Clinical Trials, Changing the Paradigm

The carefully-regulated clinical trials industry is moving into AI and machine learning cautiously, concerned that the application of AI algorithms leads to improved results for patients and not negative outcomes. Francis Kendall, Senior Director at...

Artificial Intelligence In Health Care IT – The Potential And The Cautions

By Andreas Scherer, Ph.D. President & CEO of Golden Helix Few topics have captured the imagination of the general public and executives in the healthcare IT world like Artificial Intelligence (AI). Are we at the...

Another Tool In The Toolbox: AI’s Application In Clinical Trials

The promise of AI’s impact on clinical trials has many experts both bewildered and skeptical. “‘Everything is possible thanks to machine learning and artificial intelligence.’ But it’s not that easy,” Sara Holoubek, CEO of Luminary...

Examining Potential of AI to Assist in Childbirth

Instead of looking up at the sky to see whether you need an umbrella, people increasingly ask virtual assistants such as Alexa. And they may be wise to do so. AI methods are powerful...

Machine Learning Advancing Medical Imaging and Analysis

By Pawel Godula, Director of Customer Analytics, deepsense.ai. Machine learning is useful in many medical disciplines that rely heavily on imaging, including radiology, oncology and radiation therapy. According to IBM estimations, images currently account for up...

At AI World 2018: Let AI Revolutionalize Healthcare, Empower Us, Be Humane

By Chhavi Chauhan,  American Society for Investigative Pathology It’s an #AIWorld I had the pleasure of attending an exciting and eye-opening AIWorld Conference & Expo at Boston, MA, earlier this month. Though there is a lot...

Here Are 2018’s Biggest Moments In AI

When it comes to Artificial Intelligence (AI), there is no shortage of hot air and hype. Note that many companies are trying to get a piece of the digital gold rush (similar to what we...

Pharma’s AI Hierarchy of Needs Outlined at AI World 2018

By Allison Proffitt, Editorial Director, Bio-IT World Why not pharma? That was Peter Henstock’s challenge to the audiences recently at the AI World Conference & Expo in Boston. Henstock, the AI and Machine Learning lead at Pfizer, argues...






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