RadNet, one of the largest radiology providers in the United States, has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire DeepHealth, an imaging technology company focused on using AI to improve breast cancer screening.  

Researchers are using advanced technology—including AI, natural language processing (NLP) and satellite imaging—to track how the new coronavirus has impacted China.

Researchers still don’t truly understand how these algorithms work—and that’s a significant issue.

DeepMind, a London-based AI company acquired by Google back in 2014, is sharing predictions made by its advanced AlphaFold system that could help researchers learn more about the new coronavirus.

Oxford VR, a U.K.-based virtual reality (VR) technology company, has launched an automated mental health program aimed at helping users overcome anxious social avoidance.


The newly incorporated American Board of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (ABAIM) is soon to begin credentialing healthcare workers in AI, machine learning and deep learning.

If medical AI makes a goof and causes a patient harm, the provider using the technology may be liable for malpractice. Or will the AI vendor be on the hook?

Owkin, a New York City-based AI startup, announced it is now working with the University of Pittsburgh to design and validate advanced machine learning models. Once finalized, the new models are expected to have a significant impact in areas such as clinical research and the development of pharmaceuticals.

Researchers are finalizing a new AI-powered smartphone app for assessing a user’s risk of being infected with the new coronavirus.

A new partnership between care.ai and the Texas Hospital Association (THA) is focused on getting AI-powered autonomous monitoring technology implemented throughout the Lone Star State.

Countless studies have explored AI’s impact on healthcare providers and the patients they serve—but what about the financial side of things? Looking purely at the bottom line, is AI a wise investment?

Suki, a healthcare technology company based out of Redwood City, California, has announced the completion of a Series B funding round worth $20 million.