Posts in Data
F048 AI in healthcare Part 2/5: Radiology disrupted?

The idea that AI will replace radiologists comes from the fact that today’s AI models models are very good at pattern recognition. The interesting thing in radiology are the NLP models mining radiology reports,says Woojin Kim, Chief Medical Information Officer at Nuance, former Chief of Radiography Modality, Director of Center for Translational Imaging Informatics, Associate Director of Imaging Informatics, and Assistant Professor of Radiology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.

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F034 How are AI and wearables disrupting clinical trials?

ClinicalTrials.gov currently lists 302,091 clinical studies in the US. It is impossible for patients and their doctors to be aware of all clinical trials an individual might be eligible for. The data issues surrounding clinical trials don’t end there: how can we rely on results of trials when studies with negative results often go unpublished? Various companies are creating platforms and solutions to address these issues.

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F014 Big data, AI, and the meaning of communication skills in digital health (John Nosta, Nostalab)

Communication of ideas is of significant importance for the success of a product, yet often times, companies struggle with it. As John Nosta observes, many innovators are tremendously hampered by the ability of the marketplace to absorb or understand that innovation.

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