Scientist: Hugo Aerts

Hugo Aerts profileHugo Aerts is a professor of AI in medicine at Maastricht University (Netherlands) and director of the AI in medicine (AIM) program at Harvard University and Mass General Brigham in Boston (USA). In 2020 he received a 2 million euro ERC-grant for the 5-year project ‘Deep Learning for Automated Quantification of Radiographic Tumor Phenotypes’.

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A scientist’s opinion: Interview with Professor Hugo Aerts on AI in medical imaging

Interview with Hugo Aerts, professor of AI in medicine at Maastricht University (Netherlands). He is also director of the AI in medicine (AIM) program at Harvard University and Mass General Brigham in Boston (USA). You received a EUR 2 million European Research Council grant for the project ‘Deep Learning for Automated Quantification of Radiographic Tumor Phenotypes’ that ...

Artificial intelligence in smart healthcare hospital technology concept. Doctor point pen to AI biomedical screen, machine learning detect brain cancer cell

The future of AI for healthcare: ‘AI can make a huge difference’

Artificial intelligence (AI) plays an increasing role in healthcare. It can automate repetitive tasks and help doctors to better diagnose certain cancers. Will AI soon be able to do diagnostics and predictions for disease and treatment which go beyond human’s capacities?