AI and Machine Learning

Updating Diagnoses for Speed and Accuracy: Using AI, Cameras, Assays, and More

Author(s): Leslie Mertz
Updating Diagnoses for Speed and Accuracy: Using AI, Cameras, Assays, and More 1365 768 IEEE Pulse
When it comes to their health, people want answers right now. But clinicians cannot always make snap judgments about ailments or injuries. One way to help both general practitioners and patients is to introduce technologies that deliver quick and accurate diagnoses in a standard clinical setting. read more

The Path to and Impact of Disease Recognition with AI

Author(s): Yaron Gurovich
The Path to and Impact of Disease Recognition with AI 1243 843 IEEE Pulse
The process of rare disease identification by clinical geneticists is closely associated with the ability to correlate the phenotype of a patient with the relevant genetic syndromes. In order to perform this correlation, the phenotype has to be described in a canonical form read more
Brain AI: Deep Learning for Brain Stimulation

Brain AI: Deep Learning for Brain Stimulation

Author(s): Essam A. Rashed, Takashi Sakai, Jose Gomez-Tames, Akimasa Hirata
Brain AI: Deep Learning for Brain Stimulation 620 375 IEEE Pulse

Other Languages Available: Ver en Español (Read Spanish Version) この記事の日本語翻訳を読む (Read Japanese Version) English A common application for brain stimulation is surgery planning used to identify brain regions before or…

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Using Artificial Intelligence to Combat Information Overload in Research

Using Artificial Intelligence to Combat Information Overload in Research

Author(s): Douglas Raymond
Using Artificial Intelligence to Combat Information Overload in Research 620 375 IEEE Pulse

Scientists striving for impact in their fields and to develop their own careers must publish papers that represent new and important science, typically in a peer-reviewed journal. The number of scientific…

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Engineering Bias in AI

Engineering Bias in AI

Author(s): Cynthia Weber
Engineering Bias in AI 615 375 IEEE Pulse

After working at Apple designing circuits and signal processing algorithms for products including the first iPad, Timnit Gebru (above) received her Ph.D. from the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in the…

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Machine learning is helping clinicians

AI Tackles Hospital Infections

Author(s): Jennifer Berglund
AI Tackles Hospital Infections 618 372 IEEE Pulse

For Ashley Zappia (pictured lower right), getting her hands dirty was part of her job. Even though she always tried to remain as clean as possible, her work as a…

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PULSE On Stage: Can Healthcare Be Artificially Intelligent Yet Naturally Smart?

PULSE On Stage: Can Healthcare Be Artificially Intelligent Yet Naturally Smart?

Author(s): IEEE Pulse
PULSE On Stage: Can Healthcare Be Artificially Intelligent Yet Naturally Smart? 620 375 IEEE Pulse

Concurrent with EMBC18, IEEE Pulse on Stage hosted industry experts to explore the challenges and opportunities artificial intelligence holds for healthcare and research. Presenters included Michael Taborn, Chief Architect, IOTG…

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The Human Touch

The Human Touch

Author(s): Jim Banks
The Human Touch 618 372 IEEE Pulse

We live in a time when science fiction can quickly become science fact. Within a generation, the Internet has matured from a technological marvel to a utility, and mobile telephones…

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Machine Learning Takes on Health Care

Author(s): Leslie Mertz
Machine Learning Takes on Health Care 620 374 IEEE Pulse

FIGURE 1 Leonard D’Avolio, Ph.D. When Leonard D’Avolio (Figure 1: Photo courtesy of Cyft) was working on his Ph.D. degree in biomedical informatics, he saw the power of machine learning…

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