MedTech Dive March 21, 2023
Elise Reuter

Medtronic says it has begun working with U.S.-based computer chip maker NVIDIA on a platform for artificial intelligence applications to run on its medical devices.

The companies hope to create a medical device marketplace for AI apps, using Medtronic devices and running on NVIDIA’s chips, where physicians and developers would be able to create their own algorithms to use on the machines. New algorithms generally require a rigorous review by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, but Medtronic said it may help some developers win that approval.

The companies said Tuesday that they plan to...

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