Artificial Intelligence

By Benjamin Harris 10:21 am January 16, 2019
As machine learning rapidly expands into healthcare, the ways it "learns" may be at odds with clinical outcomes unless carefully controlled for, a new study shows.
By Leontina Postelnicu 09:03 am January 16, 2019
New project looks to create European AI-on-demand platform.
The Developer Innovation Lab offers hands-on lessons at HIMSS19
By Bill Siwicki 03:13 pm January 14, 2019
A Cloud Healthcare Datathon, a FHIR session and one-on-one time on APIs and deep learning will highlight the specialty pavilion at this year's global conference.

Above image: Baidu's AI camera being used during the free consulations by Deqing county hospital. Credit: www.weste.net

By Dean Koh 01:26 am January 14, 2019
Last week, Deqing county hospital in Guangdong Province launched free consultations featuring artificial-intelligence (AI) cameras to detect ocular fundus diseases, which are major causes of blindness, according to a
By Tom Sullivan 11:32 am January 11, 2019
Everything from AI to wearables and voice tech will be on display for hands-on interactions and live demonstrations.

FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, MD, testifying in front of Congress in June. Credit: YouTube

By Diana Manos 01:27 pm January 10, 2019
The new Digital Health Innovation Action Plan is part of the agency’s broader effort to improve oversight of technologies.
By Mike Miliard 09:30 am January 10, 2019
In specialty forums in Orlando, Healthcare IT News and its sister brands will be co-hosting in-depth sessions on today’s hottest health IT trends and topics.  
9th Annual Intelligent Health Pavilion to highlight HIMSS19
By Bill Siwicki 04:22 pm January 09, 2019
Five conferences within one pavilion, focusing on virtual reality, wearables, AI, voice and the Internet of Things – and how these technologies can work together to improve care.
By Benjamin Harris 01:30 pm January 08, 2019
Big Blue's collaboration the nation's largest Parkinson's foundation aims to apply AI to a vast dataset with the aim of learning more about how the disease grows.
By Benjamin Harris 01:58 pm January 07, 2019
Vanderbilt University Medical Center will leverage GE technology to improve its use of immunotherapy data for cancer treatment.  

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