AI can identify patients at risk of dying—of any cause—within the next year or of developing an irregular heartbeat, according to two new studies to be presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2019.
RSNA 2019, the world’s largest radiology conference, kicks off at Chicago’s McCormick Place on Sunday, Dec. 1. This year's show promises to include more AI content than ever before.
Hologic has received FDA approval of its AI-based solution designed to speed up interpretation times for digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) exams.
As AI technologies have continued to evolve all over the world, it has become more and more evident that proper regulation is necessary.
Nala, a Riyadh, Saudi Arabia-based digital health company, has launched a new AI platform for medical diagnosis. According to Nala, it is the first platform to provide users with diagnoses in Arabic.
Working closely with AI has led researchers from one institution to embrace a familiar piece of technology that may surprise many of their peers: the USB drive.
At the Voice Preservation Clinic in Boston, researchers are now using AI technology to reconstruct the voices of patients at risk of losing the ability to speak.