AI technologies could change the practice of medical imaging forever, but many hospitals and radiology departments remain hesitant to move forward and adopt it at their own facilities.

GE Healthcare has launched a new program designed to make it easier for health systems to implement AI solutions.

Rad AI, a Berkeley, California-based healthcare startup focused on bringing AI to radiology, is launching with a $4 million funding round. The round was led by Gradient Ventures, Google’s venture fund dedicated to AI-related investments.

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

Nala, a Riyadh, Saudi Arabia-based digital health company, has launched a new AI platform for medical diagnosis. According to Nala, it is the first platform to provide users with diagnoses in Arabic.

PathAI, a Boston-based AI technology company focused on pathology solutions, announced it has raised $75 million in Series B funding.

Mateon Therapeutics, a California-based biopharmaceutical company, has completed its acquisition of PointR Data, a technology company focused on AI and other advanced technologies.

HeartVista, a Los Altos, California-based healthcare technology company, has received FDA clearance for its AI-powered One Click cardiac MRI solution.

Two healthcare companies focused on AI-powered technologies—Densitas and MaxQ AI—have announced that they will have FDA-approved solutions available on the Nuance AI Marketplace.

Microsoft and Humana have announced a new seven-year strategic partnership that will aim to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the healthcare solutions available to Humana’s members.

Intelerad Medical Systems and Zebra Medical Vision have announced a new partnership involving Intelerad’s Odyssey workflow management solution.

The use of AI continues to rise throughout the United States, according to a new industry report published by RELX. The report included feedback from more than 1,000 senior-level executives representing seven industries: healthcare, science/medical, government, insurance, legal, banking and agriculture.