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Cerner, a global health platform, has teamed up with Amazon Web Services, a subsidiary of Amazon that offer cloud computing platforms, to accelerate healthcare solutions and AI in healthcare.

Allowing natural language processing to pore over disparate data stored in electronic health records, researchers in Canada have shown the AI-based technology can reveal real-world experiences and outcomes of patients with stage III breast cancer.

An AI company owned by Google parent company Alphabet, DeepMind, is able to predict future acute kidney injuries and could potentially save lives, according to a new paper published in Nature.

NIH funding opportunities remain numerous for innovators who apply evidence-based medical science to their proposals for smartphone apps, and the agency isn’t hesitant to get behind AI-based approaches.

A Harvard-affiliated academic data science center is partnering with a major manufacturer of portable ultrasound systems to boost the diagnostic powers of point-of-care ultrasound, aka “POCUS,” using AI.

After receiving “overwhelming interest” in a recent AI in healthcare challenge, CMS extended is judging period, the agency announced August 1.

Not only is AI aiding recovery for some of the sickest hospitalized patients—those in the ICU—but it’s also making work less stressful for the medical professionals who care for them.

In the wake of Alexa’s success at gaining HIPAA-compliant medical skills, AI developers are working to offer smart speakers that do everything from warning homebound people they’re having a heart attack to taking clinical notes for physicians during patient visits.

AI and deep learning can extract molecular markets of breast cancer from tissue morphology and assist pathologists in a mass-scale molecular profiling, according to new research published in JAMA Network Open.

Deep reinforcement learning enabled by AI can help physicians figure out whether opioids would truly be better than other interventions for patients suffering pain in intensive care units.

Plastic surgeons can apply “emotional AI” algorithms to social media as a way of predicting which specific services will bring in business, according to a study running in the August edition of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

The venture arm of 32-hospital UnityPoint Health is partnering with VIDA Diagnostics, investing $1 million to fine-tune and broaden the use of VIDA’s AI software for flagging signs of trouble in lung images.