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AI
17
Nov

The lack of clinical trials may be holding back AI adoption in healthcare

The healthcare industry has a lot of hope for machine learning solutions across patient care. However, there are many barriers to widespread adoption keeping machine learning from being implemented into clinical practice.

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05
Nov

AI identifies Parkinson’s from breathing patterns

A new artificial intelligence (AI) model from researchers at MIT can detect Parkinson’s disease, a notoriously difficult disease to detect, through breathing patterns. The tool could help alleviate the disease onset gap between when symptoms of Parkinson’s first appear and when most people receive a diagnosis. The MIT team that developed the AI model uses...

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28
Oct

Developing trust in healthcare AI, step by step

A new analysis examines how artificial intelligence in medicine can impact clinical decisions and identifies the steps that could build more trust in machine learning models from doctors and patients.

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26
Oct

Google Cloud Delivers on the Promise of AI and Data Interoperability with New Medical Imaging Suite

Google Cloud enables the development of AI for imaging to support faster, more accurate diagnosis of images, increased productivity for healthcare workers, and improved care access and outcomes for patients.

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14
Oct

Success of experience Alzheimer’s drug hailed as “historic moment”

An experimental drug has slowed the rate of decline in memory and thinking in people with early Alzheimer’s disease in what is being described as a “historic moment” for dementia treatment.

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28
Sep

Maternal-assisted caesareans, an experience some mothers crave

If the concept of a maternal-assisted caesarean – when the birthing mother reaches her gloved hands down to lift her baby out of her abdomen and on to her chest – is news to you, and perhaps slightly shocking, it shouldn’t be.

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23
Sep

A new trial in South Australia hopes to diagnose Parkinson’s disease earlier by checking dopamine levels in the brain

More than 100,000 Australians are living with Parkinson’s disease, a condition that impacts movement, learning and behaviour. Researchers understand the disease is linked to low dopamine levels in the brain and plan to use that knowledge in a nation-first data-collection trial.

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21
Sep

Australians raided $1.6 billion in superannuation savings to pay for health care

Australians have raided almost $1.6 billion from their retirement funds to pay for medical treatment in the past three years. The revelations have left health policy experts outraged that superannuation nest eggs are being used to fund life-changing treatment.

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21
Sep

Deep learning model can accurately show the presence and location of cancer in pathological images

A research team led by Professor Park Sang-Hyun of the Department of Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering (also in charge of the Artificial Intelligence major) at DGIST (President Kuk Yang) developed a weakly supervised deep learning model that can accurately show the presence and location of cancer in pathological images based only on data where the...

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14
Sep

New MRI imaging detects pregnancy complications as early as 10 weeks

Recently, researchers developed a new imaging method using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to assess placental health. They found that their new method could strongly predict pregnancy outcomes linked to placental insufficiency.

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