Could AI help produce a unifying concept of human disease—one that might help prevent, mitigate or cure everything from birth defects and rare cancers to immune disorders and neurological defects?
U.S. healthcare may be high on China’s wish list of Western spheres of activity to infiltrate ever more deeply with artificial intelligence and other advanced technologies.
The AI development team was guided by a sports-medicine specialist dubbed “the go-to orthopedic surgeon for many of the greatest athletes on the planet.”
The AI approach may prove more effective than PET/CT, which can only diagnose N2 disease with 70-85% sensitivity, researchers reported Tuesday in Radiology.
The results could lead to expanded use of chest radiography in interstitial lung disease clinics, experts reported in the American Journal of Roentgenology.
Experts say this is the first study to assess how preprocessing techniques impact providers' ability to routinely extract similar quantitative imaging features from US scans.