At the 2017 Forum for Future Medical Technology and Artificial Intelligence conference hosted by Bio-Valley was held in Shanghai, Ray Zhang speaks about the future of A.I. and how it will transform, not just healthcare, but across industries.
At The National Conference of the CNSLD (China Network for Severe Liver Diseases) held in Beijing, Airdoc CEO Ray Zhang speaks about the opportunities and challenges for artificial intelligence in the medical field.
At the 2017 China Health Information Technology Conference (CHITEC) held in Qingdao on May 18th, medical AI leader Airdoc showcased several medical image analysis solutions, and performed chronic diseases screening for attendees.
AI has taken center stage at the 2017 China International Medical Equipment Fair (CMEF) held in Shanghai on May 15th. Medical artificial intelligence leader Airdoc presented at the conference and demonstrated their AI image analysis model which can automatically identify cancer and segmentation of lesions.
Airdoc has supported many high-profile papers on AI applied in medical industry. Airdoc debuted at the Microsoft Build Developer Conference with Shanghai Changzheng Hospital to show how AI is changing the medical industry.
Microsoft Build Developer Conference 2017 is being held in Seattle. Airdoc’s founder, Ray Zhang, has been invited to showcase Airdoc’s DR solution at the conference.
Airdoc has partnered with Shanghai Changzheng hospital in DR AI recognition, proving that AI can help doctors clinically in large comprehensive hospitals as well as primary medical health care institutes.
Airdoc has launched a service to analyze the risk of melanoma directly in Sogou search. Sogou users can get a melanoma risk assessment simply by uploading their photos.
Airdoc has brought AI technology to pathological imaging. Airdoc has reached the same efficiency as the best human doctors in the recognition of some tumor diseases, such as skin cancer.
Ray Zhang, Airdoc CEO presented in the annual seminar of the Ophthalmologist Branch of Shanghai Medical Doctor Association, and conducted an extensive discussion on AI’s impact to Ophthalmology with Ophthalmologists in Shanghai.
Asilomar AI Principles were developed in conjunction with the 2017 Asilomar conference. The principles is a list of 23 guidelines covering research issues, ethics and values, and long term issues. Although it cannot improve the efficiency of AI R&D, it posed constraints to AI researchers and scientists.
Airdoc, an AI research team in medical field, is now in possession of world-leading image recognition ability, and several precise AI-based computer aided diagnosis models have been built in aspects of cardiovascular, tumor, neurology, ophthalmology and otorhinolaryngology with the help of medical experts in combination of mathematical and medical knowledge as well as AI deep learning algorithms, and remarkable progress has been made.
On December 23rd, the 2016 Eye of Storm : Future Medical VB100 Forum was held in Beijing where the founder of Airdoc, the leading enterprise in medical AI, delivered a speech named Opportunities and Challenges for AI in Medical Field.
During the conference, Chinese Association for Artificial Intelligence signed an agreement with Airdoc, a leading enterprise in AI medical services, in which Airdoc decided to financially sponsor the next few “Wu Wenjun Prize for Artificial Intelligence related Scientific and Technological Progress” as a way to support the AI development in China, and Airdoc will carry out profound cooperation in the integration of “university-industry-business”.
The healthcare industry in China has yielded record-high achievements in this fruitful October. Being sponsored by the Population and Family Planning Commission and Health News, the “2016 Healthy China Innovation Competition & Medical Healthcare Forum” was held in National Convention Center of Beijing on October 22nd 2016. The event was an unprecedented occasion where remarkable results have been achieved in the industry.
The Report of China’s AI Industry was officially released during 2016 AI World on October 18th 2016, and the top 100 “Chinese AI enterprises which are the most influential and with the largest potential in the future” list has been released. Four AI enterprises incubated at Peking University Incubation Camp including Airdoc have been put in the list.
IBM recently claimed to have developed and made the world’s first nano-size artificial neuron of random phase-change, and an array made of 500 such neurons was constructed, which processes signals with the simulation of how human brain works. It is said that this may possibly mark the beginning of the age of personified AI.