If it pans out at real-world dinner tables, a freshly cooked-up AI system will soon be counting calories and sniffing out macronutrients just by gobbling up images of meals.
Pandemic forecasting models aren’t hard to find of late, but a new one combines epidemiological expertise from a top-three medical school with AI knowhow from one of big tech’s biggest.
One state’s largest health system is combining forces with that state’s top medical school to launch a multidisciplinary digital health center that’s notable for its apparent velocity out of the gate.
A blockchain startup headquartered in the British Virgin Islands is organizing a global, healthcare-specific online hackathon with a prize pool of 15,000 euros, or around $17,500.
Engineers have come up with a way to place paper-thin sensors on the skin using literal paper. The kind you use in your copy machine will do.
The company, Nevada-based A-Medicare, is the brainchild of Italy-born actor, filmmaker and entrepreneur Enzo Zelocchi.
Researchers at Boston’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center are sharing insights they gained while building a locally focused, AI-aided model for anticipating COVID-19’s next moves.
The COVID-19 crisis has worsened or exposed myriad problems in healthcare delivery. One is the way patients find physicians and hospitals. AI can help with that.
A federal research arm whose normal work involves developing aerospace warfighting technologies is turning its talents to deploying explainable AI in the war against COVID-19.
The World Economic Forum has released its 2020 list of 100 tech companies from which to expect big things. Seven of the 100 are in healthcare and, of these, three are based in the U.S.
A developer of software used in orthopedic surgery has demonstrated the utility of AI-aided fluoroscopy guidance for operating on orthopedic trauma patients.
Researchers have successfully piloted the use of augmented reality for guiding tumor ablation, completing the treatment in five patients with cancers of the liver.