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Convolutional neural networks (CNNs) can be trained to detect lung nodules on chest x-rays, according to a new study published in Artificial Intelligence in Medicine.

Genesis Therapeutics, a San Francisco-based biotech company focused on AI technology, announced it has raised $4.1 million in seed funding.

The American College of Radiology (ACR) Data Science Institute (DSI) has created a new resource for radiology researchers: a full list of FDA-cleared AI algorithms related to medical imaging.  

The Mark Foundation for Cancer Research (MFCR) has contributed funding to eight different research projects that involve AI.

Ensemble learning—the combination of multiple AI models into a single model with a single purpose—can lead to better overall results, according to new research published in Radiology: Artificial Intelligence.

The United States is expected to experience a massive shortage of psychiatrists within the next five years. According to some researchers, however, AI technology could ease some of that burden.

Virtual reality (VR) is being used more and more in healthcare. VR-based CPR training, however, remains inferior to face-to-face training, according to new research published in JAMA Cardiology.

At East Tech West 2019, an annual healthcare technology retreat in China hosted by CNBC, industry leaders from all over the world gathered to discuss a variety of topics.

Lunit, a medical software company based out of South Korea, has gained CE certification for its newest chest x-ray analysis solution, Lunit INSIGHT CXR.

Winterlight Labs, a Toronto-based healthcare technology company, has raised $5.6 million CAD ($4.2 million USD) in a new funding round led by Hikma Ventures.

RSNA 2019 in Chicago is just days away, and the continued evolution of AI in radiology promises to be one of the hottest topics of the entire conference.

After completing numerous dry runs on a 3D printed skull and in a virtual reality suite, Stanford neurosurgeons have performed the first-ever minimally invasive tumor resection in the brain of a small child.