Impact of AI in Diagnostic Imaging
Artificial Intelligence, as a branch of information technology, has been boosting new research activities and applications, also in the medical field, supporting technicians in their job.
A perfect example of this is The AI for Covid Imaging Archive, https://aiforcovid.radiomica.it.
A collection of images supported by Amazon Web Service, a key element to the development of the AI infrastructure platform used to collect and share data. This project has set up a new technological, regulatory and operational framework, and is a reference for future work.
We are dealing with something new, a way of working in which we combine the information and knowledge of engineers and humanists to try to improve the entire system, but above all to promote the well-being of people.
Artificial Intelligence, Radiology, Innovation, Diagnostic solutions, Medical industry, Database, Privacy, Amazon Web Service, Patients, Covid-19 disease
Darya Majidi, founder and the CEO of Daxo Group digital transformation company. She has worked in the AI field for 30 years and is also the president of Donne 4.0, whose mission is to empower women with leadership and digital skills.
Paolo Soda, full professor in computer science and computer engineering at Università Campus Biomedico of Rome, Italy, at Department of Engineering.
Giovanni Valbusa, digital innovation project manager for the research and development department of Bracco Imaging.
Marina Stocchi, account manager Italy, Amazon Web Services.
Gianluca Dotti, freelance science journalist and speaker, focused on technology, business, research and health.
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