Simulation technology amplified by AI could be the key to one day treating a life-altering condition. The marriage of AI and innovative supercomputing tools are showing early signs of success in treating epilepsy.
Tag: precision medicine
Data and processing power, together with the data-mining abilities of AI, gives the healthcare industry a new magnitude of medical insights. One method is predictive modeling – a statistical technique using past behavior to predict future outcomes.
What if biotechnology could help doctors find cancer sooner? This startup in India is using 3D imaging to help accelerate patient care.
* Revised on June 7th, 2019 From the moment they are born, children soak up information from the world around them. Those who grow up
Can a person’s DNA help guide how their disease is treated? Through the use of big data and machine learning in precision medicine, the answer
In facial recognition technology, Yaron Gurovich, CTO at the biotechnology firm FDNA, sees the potential to identify rare genetic disorders using FDNA’s facial analysis framework, marrying machine learning with these medical diagnoses which can be very difficult.
Private companies, research institutions and healthcare professionals around the globe have long been on the hunt for the technological muscle to treat diseases using precision medicine—and it seems the wait is over.
“We are creating tools that help clinicians transform data into actionable insights.” — Minnan Xu illuminates the work of Philips Healthcare in the video above.
There’s a big world full of data technologies out there. It’s helping us do simple things like navigate around a traffic jam. But it’s also
Can the advent of personalized medicine decrease the impact of diabetes on the 425 million1 people living with it in the world today — maybe even