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The pioneer of artificial intelligence in medicine

In a recent interview with AIMed, Edward (Ted) Shortliffe, Adjunct Professor of Biomedical Informatics at the Columbia University; Downtown Phoenix Campus of Arizona State University, and Weill Cornell Medical College in New York, described his greatest achievement as “the sequential body of work ap

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Questions to ask at the upcoming RSNA annual meeting

The 105th Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting will take place between 1 and 6 December at McCormick Place in Chicago. In support of the event, AIMed has invited Dr. Eldad Elnekave, US and Israeli Board Certified Radiologist and Chief Medical Officer of

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A new generation of AI hardware for cancer drug research

In the eye of the Argonne National Laboratory, a multidisciplinary science and engineering research institution in Illinois, precision oncology medicine shares something in common with longer-lasting batteries and origin and evolution of the universe: they are challenging topics that many researcher

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Indeed, human-AI synergy is more efficient

Although human adopt a mass society outlook, we do not evolve with a natural ability to form swarm intelligence. Unlike birds, bees, and fish which either manoeuvre in a crowd, or make use of the environment around them to conjure tight feedback loops among members, human are not able to create such

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Connecting with patients via social media

Lorenzo Patrone is an interventional radiologist from the West London Vascular and Interventional Center. Earlier, he was invited to join a Facebook group run by patients diagnosed with Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), a medical condition which restricts blood flow to their lower limbs.  Upon join

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Transforming patient care with imaging AI

The latest AIMed webinar “Transforming patient care with imaging AI (artificial intelligence)” supported by Guerbet, took place on 20 November (Wednesday) at 9 am (PST). The hour-long discussion involved moderator Dr. Orest Boyko, Associate Professor of Radiology at the University of Southern Califo

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This is not what machine learning is about

Last week, Derek A. Haas, Chief Executive Officer of healthcare technology and analytics company - Avant-garde Health; Eric C. Makhni, Sports Medicine Orthopedic Surgeon at Henry Ford Health System; Joseph H. Schwab, Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Harvard Medical School and Chief of Sp

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Recent fuss about data-sharing

Discussion around data-sharing has never gone off the table. From questioning whether there is an ethical way to do so; if patients will be more motivated to share shall they know it is for a good cause, to the possibility of individuals recognizing themselves via their personal details; exploring n

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Wearable rival and its significance in healthcare

The speculation that Apple may release its first augmented reality (AR) headset in 2022 and AR glasses by 2023 did not quite take over the internet last week as it was overshadowed by the company’s official launch of three new observational health studies. The Apple Women’s Health; Heart and Mo

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