“It is great to be leading the world in software development for AI…”
Some of the world’s most influential governments in medical regulation have released guidelines for machine learning practices used in the development of medical Artificial Intelligence (AI).
The aim of the OCT data project is to create a ground-truth annotated dataset that would be utilised for the future development of fully automated AI tool capable of segmenting and quantifying different features in retina images and scans…
The use of artificial intelligence in medicine and healthcare is thought to be capable of freeing up large quantities of an expert’s time by undertaking exacting and laborious work, saving significant sums of money, improving diagnostic outcomes and democratising medicine by making the world’s experts available globally inside a computer.
This ANSI standard, developed by the US Consumer Technology Association (CTA) Artificial Intelligence (AI) working group, was released in the last week of February 2021. To prove Trustworthiness of an AI in healthcare the standard usefully considers Human, Technical and Regulatory Trust separately but it may end up trying to do too much.