The British Heart Foundation (BHF) has awarded researchers at University College London (UCL) £1 million ($1.27 million) to study cardiovascular disease. The funding will be used to bring in a new team of researchers and develop a research center focused on AI.
Worldwide, research is booming around AI applications for predicting and treating cancer with ever more precise and personalized approaches. However, a new literature review has found a shortfall of AI-inclusive studies looking at cancer outcomes and survivorship.
Machine learning can read cardiac MRIs with the same accuracy as a physician, with much higher speed, according to a recent study published in Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging and reported by Cardiovascular Business.
There’s plenty of research into the diagnostic accuracy of medical smartphone apps created to supply clinical decision support (CDS). However, few studies have looked at how helpful these apps are in clinical practice.