Artificial Intelligence

AI tools
By Bill Siwicki 11:25 am October 13, 2017
AI and machine learning are augmentative tools, size matters among data sets, real-world applicability is a must, and tools must be validated, experts say.
EHRs genomic data
By Mike Miliard 10:46 am October 10, 2017
In some cases, more data is needed to draw conclusions, and in others, the tech just isn’t there yet, John Quackenbush, a computational biologist at Harvard's Dana Farber Cancer Institute, says.
digital cognitive therapeutics

A screensnap of the app.

By Bill Siwicki 02:30 pm October 06, 2017
BrainCheck’s digital therapeutics products now will be fully integrated into Rx.Health’s RxUniverse digital medicine prescribing platform.
machine learning and AI in healthcare

Panel discussion about analytics and big data at Health 2.0 conference on Monday. Photo via Twitter

By Bernie Monegain 10:15 am October 03, 2017
Platform leverages machine learning and AI to identify patients at risk for chronic diseases.
UC San Diego launch AI center

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By Bernie Monegain 10:05 am October 03, 2017
Collaboration targets quality of life, independence and human microbiome issues to improve the quality of life for older adults.
AI in healthcare

Leonard D’Avolio, CEO and co-founder of Cyft, speaking at the HIMSS and Healthcare IT News Pop Health Forum in Chicago on Monday.

By Tom Sullivan 02:24 pm October 02, 2017
Talking about artificial intelligence as a cure for cancer does doctors, hospitals and patients a disservice, speakers at the Pop Health Forum say.
Artificial intelligence cardiac imaging
By Bill Siwicki 03:29 pm September 28, 2017
Analytics 4 Life’s AI technology is designed to help physicians assess the presence of coronary artery disease without radiation, contrast agents or cardiac stress.
AI virtual assistant for healthcare

A screen snap of the Nuance AI-powered virtual assistant and smart speaker tool. Photo via YouTube

By Bill Siwicki 02:24 pm September 27, 2017
The new technology aims to enhance interactions between patients and caregivers to both improve the consumer experience and reduce physician burnout.

Microsoft's Cambridge, U.K., research division. Photo via Google Maps

By Mike Miliard 02:49 pm September 26, 2017
Iain Buchan, clinical professor in public health informatics at University of Manchester has been tapped to lead the project.
Combination of PACS and AI helps uncover what radiologists sometimes miss
By Bill Siwicki 09:34 am September 22, 2017
The University of Virginia Health System test has found the pairing of technologies is helping radiologists identify cases they could not detect visually.

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