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New machine learning method can better predict spine surgery outcomes

New machine learning method can better predict spine surgery outcomes

Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis combine artificial intelligence and mobile health data to better predict recovery from lumbar spine surgery.

How AI can boost cancer, depression and perioperative care

How AI can boost cancer, depression and perioperative care

IEEE Fellow Chenyang Lu shows where artificial intelligence can be deployed clinically to improve patient outcomes – and discusses the challenges and future of AI throughout healthcare

Can AI Be Applied To Revolutionize Healthcare And Medical Outcomes?

Can AI Be Applied To Revolutionize Healthcare And Medical Outcomes?

Philip Payne discusses the Power of AI in Medicine.

Talk: AI for Health with Wearables

Talk: AI for Health with Wearables

Chenyang Lu to deliver keynote speech at CPS-IoT Week, the premier event on cyber-physical systems and Internet of Things.

AI-assisted breast-cancer screening may reduce unnecessary testing

AI-assisted breast-cancer screening may reduce unnecessary testing

Using AI to help doctors read mammograms reduces follow-up testing without missing cancer cases, simulation shows

NEW YORK: AI in Healthcare (April 15)

NEW YORK: AI in Healthcare (April 15)

Chenyang Lu will join the WashU Healthcare Network for a panel discussion on the applications and future of the intersections of AI in healthcare

Seven faculty inducted as AIMBE fellows

Seven faculty inducted as AIMBE fellows

AIHealth faculty Oyen and Yang among the honorees

AI-based algorithms need to be evaluated for their clinical applications

AI-based algorithms need to be evaluated for their clinical applications

Abhinav Jha-led research focuses on developing algorithms to evaluate nuclear medicine images for clinical applications, such as cancer diagnosis and treatment

AI may predict spread of lung cancer to brain

AI may predict spread of lung cancer to brain

Method may inform personalized cancer treatments

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