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Research team pitches expanded, privacy-preserving machine learning

BY Jeff Rowe | June 26, 2020

To prevent patient privacy compromise while promoting scientific research, says a team of academics, requires both greater data protection and greater data utilization.

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Survey: 1/3 of healthcare orgs using AI in imaging

BY Jeff Rowe | January 29, 2020

AI has the potential to transform medical imaging, say providers, saving them time and effort when diagnosing and treating patients.

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UC San Francisco turns key on new AI-driven imaging research lab

BY Jeff Rowe | October 17, 2019

The Center for Intelligent Imaging, or ci2, aims to revolutionize the way in which imaging is performed, interpreted and used to direct care for patients.

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Radiologists point to need for ethical guidelines on AI

BY Jeff Rowe | October 03, 2019

According to stakeholders, radiologists remain ultimately responsible for patient care and will need to acquire new skills to do their best for patients in the new AI ecosystem.

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Study finds AI matches humans in analyzing images

BY Jeff Rowe | October 01, 2019

For future studies, researchers recommended using deep learning systems in clinical trials to assess whether patient outcomes improved compared with current practices.

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Radiology center beefs up patient communication system with new AI tools

BY Jeff Rowe | August 30, 2019

What good is the efficient use of radiology in patient diagnosis if patients aren’t able to get follow-up care in a timely fashion?