Tag Archives: Artificial

Medical News Today: Could artificial intelligence be the future of cancer diagnosis?

In a recent study, researchers trained an algorithm to differentiate between malignant and benign lesions in scans of breast tissue. A new study asks whether artificial intelligence could streamline cancer diagnosis. With cancer, the key to successful treatment is catching it early. As it stands, doctors have access to high quality imaging, and skilled radiologists… Read More »

NIST asks for help to create standards for artificial intelligence

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is seeking industry input on ways to develop standards for artificial intelligence. Under a federal executive order issued on February 11, NIST is to develop the plan within 180 days. “Timely and fit-for-purpose AI technical standards, whether developed by national or international organizations, will play a crucial role… Read More »

Scientists call for rules on evaluating predictive artificial intelligence in medicine – Axios

Some scientists are calling on the Food and Drug Administration to establish standards for advanced algorithms that are developing at a “staggering” pace before they are put in medical devices to help predict patients’ outcomes. What’s new: Advanced algorithms are starting to be deployed in some devices to help provide automated real-time predictions, but these… Read More »

8 top artificial intelligence and analytics trends for 2019

The merging of AI and analytics “Applying AI algorithms to analytics will prove transformative, but the complex merger requires a roadmap,” the report stresses. Decision automation “Greater AI and machine learning in enterprise resource planning will empower smarter process changes, minus the human intervention, to drive cost savings,” the report explains. Digital twins “Digital replicas… Read More »