New Tech Has its AI on Brain Tumors

A collaboration across 29 research and healthcare agencies is putting together the world’s largest brain tumor dataset to answer the question: could artificial intelligence (AI) detect brain tumors better than doctors?

The project, led by Intel and Penn Medicine has received $1.2 million in grant funding over 3 years from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Diagnostic technologies driven by AI…

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