Erasmus MC engineer Dr. Ing. Martijn Starmans is starting a new research line to bring the traditionally separate worlds of radiology and pathology together, in the form of combined AI algorithms. For the project, Starmans received an AiNed Fellowship Grant of 2 million euros from The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO).
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Erasmus MC will open the world’s first ethics lab for artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare. In this lab, nurses, doctors, data scientists, data engineers and ethicists work together to ensure that artificial intelligence can be employed safely in patient care. ‘Would doctors discontinue treatment because the computer says so?’
Nico Bruining and his team are the go-to people in the Erasmus MC for anything that has to do with computers and cardiology. Artificial intelligence has given their discipline a boost. ‘We build the technology of tomorrow, which we would have liked to have yesterday.’
Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a partner in healthcare. Researchers, tech businesses and the government are joining forces to make this happen. Together they are setting up 17 laboratories, two of which will be at Erasmus MC. ‘The impact of AI on healthcare could be enormous.’
On Wednesday 7 July, the presidents of TU Delft, Erasmus MC and Erasmus University Rotterdam signed a framework agreement for far-reaching strategic cooperation within the Convergence Alliance. In research and education the institutions are committed to combining their strengths, knowledge and methods to address issues related to climate change, sustainability, pressure on the healthcare system, […]