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Artificial Intelligence

Proscia and Nucleai partner to broaden access to AI predictive biomarkers

June 26, 2024
Expanding Proscia’s precision medicine AI pipeline will help to optimize clinical trials and improve treatment decisions.
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Artificial Intelligence

NIH researchers develop AI tool with potential to more precisely match cancer drugs to patients

April 22, 2024
Proof-of-concept study analyzed a newer technology known as single-cell RNA sequencing.
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Artificial Intelligence

AI model has potential to detect risk of childbirth-related post-traumatic stress disorder

April 11, 2024
NIH-funded study suggests model could identify large percentage of those at risk.
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Artificial Intelligence

AI makes retinal imaging 100 times faster, compared to manual method

April 11, 2024
NIH scientists use artificial intelligence called ‘P-GAN’ to improve next-generation imaging of cells in the back of the eye.
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Artificial Intelligence

Private and secure generative AI tool supports operations and research at Dana-Farber

April 8, 2024
Study Title: GPT-4 in a Cancer Center: Institute-Wide Deployment Challenges and Lessons Learned.
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Artificial Intelligence

Could AI predict pregnancy risk?

April 2, 2024
Stillbirth researcher expresses cautious optimism about personalizing care.
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Artificial Intelligence

Could AI play a role in locating damage to the brain after stroke?

March 28, 2024
Knowing where a stroke has occurred in the brain helps predict long-term effects such as problems with speech and language or a person’s ability to move part of their body.
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Artificial Intelligence

Analysis of social media language using AI models predicts depression severity for white Americans, but not Black Americans

March 27, 2024
NIH-supported study also found Black people with depression used different language compared to white people to express their thoughts on Facebook.
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Artificial Intelligence

Pharmacists using AI to help lower patient readmission rates

March 22, 2024
At least 1.5 million people are harmed by medication errors every year, according to the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy.