The analysis of big data with artificial intelligence techniques will have an enormous impact on disease prevention, cure and care. By 2030 it will have dramatically changed the landscape of the healthcare system. In this session Keith Dreyer and Wiro Niessen will show examples of the potentially large benefits of big data analytics in healthcare from the imaging perspective. How does this approach have the potential to achieve the promises of precision medicine and health? Examples that will be presented include the early and differential diagnosis of dementia, and tumor characterization for therapy selection and guidance in oncology.
Join us at the Machine Learning Showcase, North Hall, RSNA 2017 on Sunday 26th of November at 11:30AM.
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Explore the opportunities of machine learning for your radiology practice by participating in our oligodendroglioma challenge! Learn about the imaging characteristics of 1p/19q codeleted brain tumors and put yourself to the test during a challenge where you diagnose 15 patients based on MRI scans only. Compare your score to that of the machine learning algorithm. Can you beat the machine?
Stop by the Quantib booth (8149A), take the challenge, and have a chance to win an iPhone X!
Quantib™ Neurodegenerative provides quantification and segmentation of MRI brain scans. It allows you to create and display self-defined views including an overlay of segmented brain tissues and CSF. You can easily download and share a comprehensive report including quantified results of several tissues and CSF.
I welcome the Quantib™ Brain software in our department because it provides robust quantitative imaging biomarkers. It facilitates a more objective way of evaluating and enables detection of subtle abnormalities.
My research focus is to develop technology to optimally exploit information contained in imaging data for improved disease diagnosis and prognosis. Quantib strives to bring this technology to the patient, enabling treatment tailored to the individual and thus realizing the enormous potential of precision medicine.
We push advanced technology forward to make sure radiologists can spend their time in the best way possible. Our engineers go to great lengths to create user-friendly solutions for challenging image analyses issues.