Cleveland Clinic’s New Center to Explore Innovative AI Applications

Cleveland Clinic with reflecting pool in front of it stock photoBuilding on its track record of medical innovation, the Cleveland Clinic is creating a new center for artificial intelligence designed to further collaboration and communication among physicians, researchers and data scientists. Healthcare IT News reports that the Center for Artificial Intelligence — a project of Cleveland Clinic Enterprise Analytics — will seek new and innovative applications of AI for diagnostics, disease prediction and treatment planning.

Researchers at the center already are developing new machine-learning models for more accurate clinical-decision support, quality improvement, predictions on length of stay, readmission risk and other use cases. Another initiative is focusing on oncology and how AI can enable personalized-outcomes prediction or boost the accuracy of computer-aided detection in pathology slides.

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