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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

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 ...

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EU project : INCISIVE

A Multimodal AI-based Toolbox and an Interoperable Health Imaging Repository for the Empowerment of Imaging Analysis related to the Diagnosis, Prediction and Follow-up of Cancer INCISIVE is a 42-month project that aims at exploring the potential of novel AI tools for enhancing current imaging solutions for cancer cases. INCISIVE addresses challenges related to the detection ...

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EU project : EuCanImage

Novel pan-European imaging platform for artificial intelligence advances in oncology The goal of the EU-funded EuCanImage project is to build a secure, large-scale European cancer imaging platform with capabilities that will advance the application of artificial intelligence (AI) in oncology. The platform will be populated with new data from 25 000 subjects, enabling the investigation ...

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EU project : ProCAncer-I

AI models of prostate cancer diagnosis In Europe, prostate cancer (PC) is the second most frequent type of cancer in men and the third most lethal. Current clinical practices lead to overdiagnosis and overtreatment, necessitating more effective tools for discriminating between aggressive and non-aggressive disease. The EU-funded ProCAncer-I project proposes to develop advanced artificial intelligence ...

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Mariëtte van Huijstee: “Video footage is perceived as evidence”

Mariëtte van Huijstee is an expert on responsible business conduct. She focuses on technology, innovation companies’ societal responsibility and how ongoing digitalisation is changing the fabric of society. Are deepfakes going to play a decisive role in future fake news? I’m afraid they will. Just the potential of actual deepfakes circulating is already impacting how ...

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Edvard Moser: “Neuroscience is evolving at an accelerated speed”

On 12 October, the Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA), in collaboration with the International Brain Initiative (IBI) and the Kavli Foundation, organised a workshop at the European Parliament entitled "The International Brain Initiative – Shaping the future of globally coordinated neuroscience”. Keynote speaker was Prof Edvard Moser, founding director of the ...

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AI in agriculture: benefits and challenges ahead

Artificial intelligence (AI) could greatly benefit and streamline sustainable agriculture in the EU at every point in the production chain, from farm to fork. However, it does not come without challenges to its implementation.