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The AIMI Center

The Stanford Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Imaging (AIMI) was established in 2018 to responsibly innovate and implement advanced AI methods and applications to enhance health for all.

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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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AIMI Impact Report

This report highlights the progress of our research, education, and policy programs during our first five years (2018-2023).

AIMI Symposium Recordings

Recordings for the 5th annual AIMI Symposium (all sessions) are available on the AIMI YouTube channel.

AIMI Dataset Index

AIMI has launched a community-driven resource of health AI datasets for machine learning in healthcare as part of our vision of catalyze sharing well curated, de-identified clinical data sets

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AIMI Summer Research Internship & AI Bootcamp

Inviting high school students to join us for a two-week virtual journey delving into the intersection of AI and healthcare through our summer programs. Applications due March 31, 2024.

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AIMI Datasets for Research & Commercial Use

The AIMI Center is helping to catalyze outstanding open science by publicly releasing 20+ AI-ready clinical data sets (many with code and AI models) for research and commercial use.

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