Safeway stores in Arizona are opening health clinics that combine AI, augmented reality and telemedicine to offer grocery shoppers a convenient way to be seen for illnesses and injuries.  

Stanford researchers have demonstrated a way to remotely diagnose autism in children in Bangladesh.

Using deep learning to tease out factors indicative of age-related variability in the way toddlers gaze at visual stimuli, researchers at the University of Minnesota have shown that the technology can accurately distinguish 18-month-olds from 30-month-olds.

A deep-learning algorithm trained entirely on open-source images has outperformed 136 of 157 dermatologists at classifying melanoma, according to a study running in the May edition of the European Journal of Cancer.

Working with SRI International, the California tech lab that gave the world Siri, mental-health specialists at NYU Langone have developed an AI-based tool that uses voice analysis to diagnose posttraumatic stress disorder—potentially via telemedicine.

The FDA granted GE Healthcare’s Deep Learning Image Reconstruction (DLIR) platform 501(k) clearance April 18, marking the first time the agency has approved a deep learning-based CT image reconstruction technology.

An AI model built by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology helps robots better predict how they’ll interact with solid objects and liquids, improving their ability to mold deformable materials.

Months-old health technology startup Theator closed a $3 million seed round April 18, providing the company with the cash flow it needs to power its AI-enabled surgical performance platform.

The Department of Energy (DOE) announced April 17 it would be extending $20 million in funding to research projects involving AI and machine learning.

A Harvard Medical school research fellow has used deep learning to predict the structure of any given protein based solely on its amino acid sequence.

The field of AI is currently at the center of a far-reaching diversity crisis, according to a report issued this April.

Canadian health tech company DIAGNOS announced April 16 it would be supplying the AI for Saudi Arabia’s first hypertensive retinopathy screening clinic.