BIOS | · 9 min read By: Alix Ventures — Supporting Early Stage Life Science Startups Driving Patient Impact Intro It’s no secret that the traditional drug discovery model is expensive, time-consuming, and has recently produced compounds with marginal efficacy in clinical trials and high failure rates. Large biopharma companies are increasingly outsourcing R&D to academic labs and small/mid-size startups via licensing partnerships […]
STANFORD ENGINEERING STAFF November 10, 2020 Daphne Koller, a veteran of AI, explains why she left academia for a chance to change the pharmaceutical industry. STOCKSY/SERGIO MARCOS How can AI influence medicine and biology? In a world where a drug takes years and billions of dollars to develop, just one in 20 candidates makes it to […]
Check out this video on predictive analytics in healthcare.
While healthcare companies don’t seem to be publicizing their efforts into AI for R&D efforts this article details the current AI initiatives at 3 of the largest in the world. Such initiatives include, optimization of numerous processes within their business, claims management, reimbursement, and data management.
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See how Mount Sinai is developing large-scale image data in neuropathology for building and evaluating deep learning algorithms to diagnose diseases.
See how AI software is finding its way into medical robotics and how it’s being used by the healthcare industry.
Check out a project that is part of a widespread effort to build and deploy systems that can automatically detect signs of illness and disease in medical scans. In India, AI is being tested to detect the early stages of diabetic retinopathy, where nearly 70 million people are diabetic and at risk of blindness.
Take a look at how doctors are using artificial intelligence to improve healthcare for groundbreaking tasks, from detecting Alzheimer’s from the sound of your voice to telling breast cancer patients, in real-time, if their chemotherapy treatment is working.
Check out the new technology being unveiled at HIMSS19. Some of the technology discussed include AMAX, a global artificial intelligence, deep learning and enterprise IT technology vendor, has launched its AI/Deep Learning Compute Cluster systems and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure platforms for the healthcare industry and Vista Solution 2.0, a system that helps caregivers detect specific health outcomes through National Early Warning Scores (NEWS).