Scientist: Regina Barzilay

Regina Barzilay profileRegina Barzilay is a distinguished professor for AI and Health at MIT (USA). She is also an AI faculty lead for Jameel Clinic, an MIT center for Machine Learning in Health. In 2020 she became the first winner of the Squirrel AI Award for Artificial Intelligence for the Benefit of Humanity, a new 1 million dollar prize recognizing outstanding research in AI, presented by the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI).

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A scientist’s opinion: Interview with Professor Regina Barzilay on AI in medical imaging

Interview with Regina Barzilay, distinguished professor for AI and Health at MIT (USA). She is also an AI faculty lead for Jameel Clinic, an MIT center for Machine Learning in Health. What is your view on the future of artificial intelligence in medical imaging for the next 10 years? Many of today’s successful applications of artificial ...

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?