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    How AI is making it easier to diagnose disease | Pratik Shah

    Published on Aug 21, 2018

    Today's AI algorithms require tens of thousands of expensive medical images to detect a patient's disease. What if we could drastically reduce the amount of data needed to train an AI, making diagnoses low-cost and more effective? TED Fellow Pratik Shah is working on a clever system to do just that. Using an unorthodox AI approach, Shah has developed a technology that requires as few as 50 images to develop a working algorithm -- and can even use photos taken on doctors' cell phones to provide a diagnosis. Learn more about how this new way to analyze medical information could lead to earlier detection of life-threatening illnesses and bring AI-assisted diagnosis to more health care settings worldwide.

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    Accelerating precision medicine with AI | Intel

    Published on Sep 17, 2018

    Intel AI is transforming medicine from a one-size-fits-all approach to unique, personalized, data-driven solutions that unlock targeted and more effective treatment. Intel’s portfolio of AI technologies and high performance computing is empowering healthcare innovators with new insights and enhanced patient outcomes.

    About Intel:
    Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live. Founded in 1968 to build semiconductor memory products, Intel introduced the world's first microprocessor in 1971. This decade, our mission is to create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on earth.

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    Camels, code & lab coats: how AI is advancing science and medicine

    Published on Sep 21, 2018

    Artificial intelligence (AI) is already a part of our everyday lives – from search, to translate, to finding all the dog photos we’ve ever taken. Soon, it will also have a major impact on our health and wellbeing. For the past few years, Google researchers have been exploring ways these same technologies could help advance the fields of medicine and science, working with scientists, doctors, and others in the field. In this video, we share a few early research projects that have big potential. Check out the description below for more info on each project.

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    Worm robot can climb inside you

    Published on Sep 26, 2018

    Hong Kong University's worm robot is crazy.
    "Will this creepy robotic caterpillar one day deliver drugs in the human body?"

    by Michael Irving
    September 27, 2018

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    AI and Machine Learning in Medicine with Jonathan Chen

    Published on Nov 28, 2018

    Medicine is ripe for applying AI, given the enormous volumes of real world data and ballooning healthcare costs. Professor Chen demystifies buzzwords, draws analogies to well-established tools and shares why mastering Go and operating self-driving cars differs from solving the unique medical challenges.

    Jonathan H. Chen, assistant professor of medicine at the Stanford University Medical Center
    As a physician data scientist, Professor Chen practices internal medicine for the concrete rewards of caring for real people and to inspire research focused on discovering and distributing clinical data knowledge. At Stanford, his group seeks to empower individuals with the collective experience of the many, combining human and artificial intelligence approaches that will deliver better care than either can do alone. Professor Chen is a founding partner of the startup Reaction Explorer, which draws on technology to teach complex problem-solving in organic chemistry.

    This talk was recorded at Stanford Reunion Homecoming 2018.

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