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The AIMI Center

Stanford has established the AIMI Center to develop, evaluate, and disseminate artificial intelligence systems to benefit patients.  We conduct research that solves clinically important imaging problems using machine learning and other AI techniques.

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2023 AIMI Symposium

The 4th Annual AIMI Symposium focusing on key advances and the future vision for artificial intelligence in medicine will be held online and at Stanford on June 8, 2023. Registration is free and open to all; Additional seats for in-person attendees have been opened up. Register today!

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Special Event | April 27

“Can ChatGPT diagnose me?” How large language models will transform clinical care

Join us to discuss how large language models such as ChatGPT might transform a patient/consumer’s ability to self-diagnose or support clinicians in diagnostic decision-making, along with the critical ethical, equity and regulatory considerations for safe and effective use of these and related tools.

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AIMI Shared Datasets for Research and Commercial Use

The AIMI Center is helping to catalyze outstanding open science by publicly releasing 18+ AI-ready clinical data sets (many with code and AI models) for research and commercial use.

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Curtis Langlotz

Director's Welcome

Back in 2017, I tweeted “radiologists who use AI will replace radiologists who don’t.”  The tweet has taken on a life of its own, perhaps because it has a double meaning.

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