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Aug 3 2021 | Healthcare IT News | Posted In: News
Part of the idea, says the center, is to create an open and global repository that will enable researchers to explore important clinical use cases, as well as other expanded research opportunities.AI has an insatiable appetite; for data, that is.  
Aug 2 2021 | Stanford HAI News | Posted In: News
Hoping to spur crowd-sourced AI applications in health care, Stanford’s AIMI center is expanding its free repository of datasets for researchers around the world.In a move to democratize research on artificial intelligence and medicine, Stanford’s Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Imaging (AIMI) is dramatically expanding what is already the world’s largest free repository of AI-ready annotated medical imaging datasets.
Apr 29 2021 | Forbes | Posted In: Media, News
Two AI luminaries, Fei-Fei Li and Andrew Ng got together today
Apr 13 2021 | MedCityNews | Posted In: Media, News
In a review of 130 FDA-cleared AI tools, researchers found that the vast majority of them relied on retrospective studies. Most of the developers also didn’t share information on how many sites the algorithms had been tested in, or how they performed in different patient demographics. Read full article here »
Nov 2 2020 | Read Full Article | Posted In: News
As healthcare systems increasingly rely on predictive algorithms to make decisions about patient care, they are bumping up against issues of fairness. 

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