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The radiology department at the Antwerp University Hospital in Belgium has incorporated an Aidoc tool that uses AI to help radiologists make faster diagnoses from CT scans, the university announced Wednesday, Jan. 16.

The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto has named Anna Goldenberg, PhD, as its first chair of biomedical informatics and artificial intelligence, the University of Toronto recently announced.

Change Healthcare and Health Fidelity are partnering to offer a risk adjustment coding solution that uses natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning to increase claim accuracy and address compliance issues, the companies announced Monday, Jan. 14.

Ping An Insurance Company of China’s corporate venture fund is investing in AI medical solution company Airdoc, the company announced on Saturday, Jan. 12.

IBM is planning to use AI and machine learning to better understand Parkinson’s disease after being awarded a grant from the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.

Washington State University (WSU) scientists are testing a mobile robot designed to help care for senior citizens with health limitations who live on their own.

Two-thirds of public citizens in the Middle East are ready to embrace AI in healthcare, while only 10 percent of businesses in the region are ready or have begun adopting the technology, according to a new report by PwC Middle East.

Duke researchers have been awarded a grant worth more than $196,000 to address the need of explainability features in AI-based, clinical decision support software versus the need to protect trade secrets for the technology—an issue researchers say has become an emerging problem in AI-enabled healthcare delivery.

AI may be better at spotting cervical cancer and precancer after a study found a deep-learning algorithm was more accurate at recognizing the disease than human doctors.

Seventy-seven percent of imaging professionals said machine learning is important, according to a recent report by Reaction Data. The findings signal an increase in use and understanding of machine learning among imaging professionals in the healthcare industry.

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a $652,820 grant to Florida Atlantic University’s (FAU) College of Engineering and Computer Science to establish the Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning Training and Research Laboratory.

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