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AI Health Frontier - Issue 7

AI Health Frontier
AI Health Frontier - Issue 7
By Florent Geerts • Issue #7 • View online
“Press forward. Do not stop, do not linger in your journey, but strive for the mark set before you.“
-George Whitefield

In 2018, we saw research on how AI could potentially help discover drug side effects in the future. And we saw how a Ghanaian high school student built an AI system that can help predict breast cancer today.
In 2019, we’ll again see how research is pushing the frontier of what is possible, and how people all around the globe are putting AI into practice.
For example, coming year, we’ll be further improving our Computer-Aided Detection for Tuberculosis software (CAD4TB), as well as (amongst others) our RetCAD software to detect Diabetic Retinopathy and AMD.
I’m excited to see what developments in AI will bring us in 2019 and would love to hear what you’ve been working on. Just connect with me on LinkedIn or send me a Tweet!

Butterfly Network wants to do to ultrasound what digital cameras did to Kodak film
Artificial Intelligence Shows Potential for Triaging Chest X-rays
How artificial intelligence can diagnose some genetic disorders better than doctors (using only a photo of the patient's face)
Artificial intelligence can predict PTSD in patients
Interesting stuff in the world of AI
New device alerts parents when kids are in danger of drowning
How artificial intelligence is spearheading unprecedented change in Africa  
Using facial recognition technology on birds
Benson Hill Biosystems helps to combat malnutrition in Africa
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Florent Geerts

The AI Health Frontier covers the latest news on the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare, with a special emphasis on its use in developing markets.

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