Saturday, March 23, 2019

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...

Artificial intelligence uncovers new insight into biophysics of cancer

Scientists from Tufts University's School of Arts and Sciences, the Allen Discovery Center at Tufts, and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County have used artificial intelligence to gain insight into the biophysics of cancer....

AI achieves near-human performance in diagnosing breast cancer

Pathologists have been largely diagnosing disease the same way for the past 100 years, by manually reviewing images under a microscope. But new work suggests that computers can help doctors improve accuracy and significantly...

AI and the importance of trust and respect – first impressions matter

We are hardwired for judgment. Our paths up from the primordial soup have imbued in us the spirit of quick conclusions, especially when it comes to one another. As Harvard Business School psychologist Amy...

DeepMind to Working on Process to Automate Cancer Treatment

Working out how to zap a tumor with radiation is a laborious process for physicians. Google’s machine-learning division, DeepMind, thinks AI can help ease the burden. When medics apply radiotherapy to a cancer patient, they...

AI in Healthcare from AI World: Imaging, EHRs, and getting clinicians and technologists to...

AI is surfacing in healthcare in three primary areas: medical imaging, electronic health records (EHRs) and genomics, in the view of Miriam Huntley, Ph.D and CTO and Day Zero Diagnostics,  speaking at a panel...

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...

Korean Telecom Plans Use of Big Data to Prevent Diseases in Ghana

South Korea’s telecommunications company, KT, has signed an agreement on the use of Big Data in preventing infectious diseases with the Ghana Health Service. Attendees at the signing ceremony in Accra, Ghana, included Yoon Jong-Jin,...

The opportunities and challenges of AI in healthcare

When we asked dozens of venture capitalists where they see the most potential for applied artificial intelligence, they unanimously agreed on healthcare. Technology has already been used to incrementally improve patient medical records, care...

Executive Interview: Dr. Russell Greiner, Professor CS and founding Scientific Director of the Alberta...

After earning a PhD from Stanford, Russ Greiner worked in both academic and industrial research before settling at the University of Alberta, where he is now a Professor in Computing Science and the founding Scientific Director...






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