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    GE Healthcare launched new Logiq E10 ultrasound scanner at the ECR this year. Logiq E10 is an ultrasound scanner which collects and reconstructs data in a way that is optimized for future AI. GE states that compared to previous systems the scanner allows for 10 times the processing power and 48 times the data...

    Artificial intelligence (AI) was a key topic during the HIMSS conference in early March in Las Vegas. However, Leonard D’Avolio, co-founder of Cyft and an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School and Brigham & Women’s Hospital, warned that teams looking to AI and machine learning as a solution to their system’s...

    Artificial intelligence could revolutionize gene therapy and precision medicine, making individualized treatment protocols the norm.   When research began on the human genome in the early 1990s, many doctors anticipated an age of precision medicine (PM), with patients taking highly customized drugs targeting the...

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    Artificial intelligence (AI) was a key topic at both MEDICA and the RSNA conference this year. But what are its applications in healthcare in general and radiology in particular? And what are the barriers? Dr. Michael Forsting, director of the Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology and Neuroradiology at...

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    The RSNA‘s most recent challenge highlights the potential of machine learning in radiology. The goal? To develop an algorithm for accurately determining bone age from pediatric hand radiographs.   This year’s annual RSNA meeting focused on how artificial intelligence and machine learning (ML) can aid radiologists and...

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    What if we could use the extensive knowledge of the most famous artificial intelligence computing system to fight cancer? That’s the goal of Quest Diagnostics and IBM Watson Health. The two have teamed up to improve the quality and precision of cancer treatment recommendations based on each patient’s genetics. Their...

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    Radiologists’ work may soon become a lot more efficient. With inroads in computer vision and deep learning, they will someday use computer algorithms to more efficiently analyze cancer tissue. The field is proceeding slowly but surely. What’s driving the field forward are new capabilities in data storage that, until a...

    U.K.-based digital health platform Babylon has developed an artificially intelligent triage feature, which can perform with higher speed and accuracy than healthcare professionals, when it comes to recommending next steps for health problems.   Since launching in February 2015, Babylon has been offering digital...

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    It’s impossible to talk about artificial intelligence without mentioning IBM’s Watson. A pioneer in cognitive computing, the American computer giant has found multiple health applications for Watson. Pascal Sempé, senior sales consultant for Watson Health Solutions in France, explained how Watson functions and what’s...

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