North of the border, two grants of $200,000 are on offer for researchers innovating transformative ways to apply AI in healthcare—and they’re only one part of an ambitious academic endeavor to expand medical AI.
An Israeli healthcare AI startup has earned a seventh green light from the FDA. Its latest algorithm can reconstruct X-rays of bones into 3D printouts with no less clarity than would be produced by advanced imaging modalities.
Drawing on nothing more than Facebook activity, psychiatric AI can distinguish individuals headed for hospitalization with schizophrenia from those with worsening mood disorders such as clinical depression and bipolar states.
Only two of 156 scientific papers on AI published over the past 12 years used emotion as input data, according to a new literature review. And the reviewers focused on a specialty ripe for augmentation by artificial emotional intelligence: pregnancy health.