Category: artificial intelligence

Deep Learning Technology: Advanced Human Neural Networks

Artificial intelligence is the ability of a system to think like humans, discover the meaning, and execute the tasks. Recent advancements in the AI in drug discovery market (e.g. deep learning technology, machine learning) have contributed to an invariable increase in the popularity of this technology across several othe industries as well, having impacted the

AI Cancer Treatment: Current Scenario And Future Potential

In the last decade, the popularity of AI has grown invariably. Specifically, it has made a considerable impact in the medical sector and oncologic treatment as well, due to a surge in electronic data, breakthroughs in technological infrastructure and groundbreaking research in deep learning neural networks. AI cancer treatment has demonstrated potential in improving liquid

Artificial Intelligence Pathology:Transforming Medicine

How is Artificial Intelligence being used in Digital Pathology? Artificial intelligence in pathology is a transformative technology that has enabled pathologists to make the shift from visual inspection of tissue samples to automated image analysis. With the advent of AI pathology, researchers are now benefiting from computerized image analysis software that can draw conclusions and

Teleradiology Services: The Need During COVID-19 Pandemic

Teleradiology services is a branch of telemedicine that uses telecommunication systems for the transmission of radiological images from one location to another. Additionally, it helps the radiologists to interpret various types of images, such as computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission tomography (PET), ultrasound, and X-rays, remotely. As of late, teleradiology have

Artificial Intelligence in Drug Discovery

Drug discovery is a complex process which involves significant utilization of time and resources. As per several sources, on an average, the entire drug development process (from initial proof-of-concept to commercial launch) takes around 10-15 years and capital investments worth USD 4-10 billion to develop a drug from concept to commercial launch. The early stages