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Making the medical imaging pipeline smarter

An interview with Prof. Dr Daniel Rückert, Alexander von Humboldt Professor for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Healthcare at the Technical University of Munich (Germany). In 2020, he received a EUR 2.5 million European Research Council (ERC) grant for the five-year project ‘Deep Learning for Medical Imaging: Learning Clinically Useful Information from Images’, which runs ...

INCISIVE, Doctor checking brain testing result with robotics on virtual interface on laboratory background, innovative technology in science and medicine concept

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 ...

EuCanImage, Doctor checking brain testing result with robotics on virtual interface on laboratory background, innovative technology in science and medicine concept

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 ...

Misinformation in science : how false medical news on social media miseducates our society

Misinformation in science : how false medical news on social media miseducates our society

Social media platforms have taken a leading role in our everyday lives and have changed the way we obtain health information online. The most recent topic fuelling disinformation is the novel Coronavirus. However, it is not the only one.

Interview with Prof. Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou about false medical news

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Prof. Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou about false medical news

Interview with Prof. Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou, UZH, Fellow and Leader, Visiting Assistant Professor, Media Lab/Social Machines, Assistant Professor, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Why is spreading false medical/health news dangerous in your opinion? Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou: Probably the most alarming phenomenon in the recent history of contemporary media is the spread of misinformation across the media ecosystem, especially ...

Interview with Dr. Skyler Johnson about false medical news

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Dr. Skyler Johnson about false medical news

Interview with Dr. Skyler Johnson, Radiation oncologist, Assistant Professor, School of Medicine, University of Utah. In your opinion, why is it dangerous to spread false medical news on cancer? Skyler Johnson: Cancer patients often find themselves in a vulnerable, life-threatening situation. Fake medical news on cancer could possibly persuade these patients to make decisions that ...

Interview with Dr. James B. Yu about false medical news

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Dr. James B Yu about false medical news

Interview with Dr. James B Yu, Professor of Therapeutic Radiology; Medical Director, Smilow Radiation Oncology, Therapeutic Radiology; Director, Prostate and Genitourinary Cancer Radiotherapy Program, Yale School of Medicine. In your opinion, why is it dangerous to spread false medical news on cancer? James B Yu: Fake medical news is dangerous especially for cancer because any ...