Aidence, a Netherlands-based medical imaging company, has raised about $11.3 million in funding to expand its AI-powered platform for detecting lung cancer.

The Royal Australia and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) recently unveiled a draft of ethical guidelines for the emerging use of machine learning and AI in medicine.

After being challenged by an ALS group to study the disease closer by using data, a machine learning researcher has developed an AI platform designed to monitor and predict the progression of neurodegenerative diseases.

A new AI-powered diagnostic tool launched by global cosmetic company L’Oreal allows women to upload a selfie to detect if their skin is beginning to show signs of aging and obtain treatment advice.

Physician burnout is undoubtedly a serious issue in the medical profession—and it often stems from physicians’ EHR use, which, by some estimates, accounts for up to six hours of their daily work load. That's six hours is not dedicated to visiting with patients, a new article in Forbes suggests.

More than 300 companies, universities and organizations are investing more than $260 million to support 16 new centers for doctoral training in AI in the United Kingdom.

There are four areas in which AI must excel to become clinically viable in women’s medical imaging—particularly mammography: performance, time, workflow and cost, according to an opinion article published in the American Journal of Roentgenology.