Fierce Healthcare October 28, 2020
Mayo Clinic and Google Health have announced they will use artificial intelligence to improve radiation therapy planning for cancer care.
The project is the first initiative in a 10-year strategic partnership between the Rochester, Minnesota-based hospital and the tech giant, announced in September 2019.
Radiation oncologists, medical physicists, dosimetrists, and service design professionals from Mayo Clinic will work together with Google Health’s AI, medical image segmentation, and user experience design experts. In addition to AI, the two companies plan to use Google Cloud and data analytics to advance the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.
“We’ve been working with Mayo Clinic now for over a year to try and bring some of our expertise around medical imaging analysis with artificial intelligence...