Showing posts from November 29, 2016

Machine vision and artificial intelligence for radiology imaging tools

It is interesting to observe that, advances in medical imaging continue to accelerate how care decisions are made. On the this momentum, the UCA platform for imaging analytics is building a broad range of machine vision and artificial intelligence tools to give physicians and clinicians the radiology imaging tools needed to proactively diagnose and treat patients.

Samsung FDA-Cleared GM85 Mobile Digital Radiography System

Medical imaging innovations are at the core of stakes with the GM85 Digital Radiography (DR)system which brings up new experience for radiologists and technicians.

I can also recall that, along with the GM85, Samsung provides also a wide range of medical imaging solutions from premium mobile digital X-ray to advanced ultrasound systems.

Brain Mapping Algorithms

At the core of stakes, we have greater brain mapping detail and proficiency by leveraging technology from Johns Hopkins University. diffeomorphic image registration tools and the deformable population-based brain atlases available to research and clinical users.
AnatomyWorks and NTT DATA Services partner to accelerate the availability and scalability in the cloud for fully automated magnetic resonance image segmentation and anatomical interpretation tools.
In effect, I can observe that, the goal of the collaboration is to develop new data-driven tools to assist routine brain image reading through the integration of the large database from NTT DATA Services and their image structuration technologies.

Surface Pro Vs iPad Pro success

Performance, productivity, flexibility and security that meet enterprise standards are now at the heart of stakes when it comes to adopt Tablet.
I can observe that, Surface Pro and iPad Pro success comes from them being a notebook replacement, as well as the quality of the devices. The devices are increasingly adopted across consumer and commercial segments.
iPad Pro is more popular for creative types of jobs, whereas Surface is more likely to be adopted by top executives, partly due to Windows' strong legacy in enterprise.