In: Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

Archana Venkataraman poses in front of a blurry monitor.

Archana Venkataraman talks AI and the brain

Venkataraman was recently interviewed by the TWIML AI Podcast on her research into artificial intelligence (AI) and the brain.

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Announcing 2019 Malone Seed Grant Awards

One project will explore how artificial intelligence can predict glaucoma risk; the other aims to measure how elderly patients benefit from physical activity prior to surgery.

Headshot of Suchi Saria.

The future of machine learning in healthcare

Suchi Saria and fellow researchers provide a roadmap to accelerate safe, ethically responsible applications of machine learning in healthcare in recent paper published in Nature Medicine.

Headshot of Gregory Hager.

Reimagining Patient Care in the Age of AI

Healthcare is universally seen as a (perhaps the) application where AI stands to have a dramatic impact. While AI offers tremendous promise, the reality is that moving AI from the bench to the bedside – developing an algorithm, then deploying it in a real healthcare setting – requires many steps and many hands.

Blue and red rendering of brain neurons.

Neural Systems Analysis Laboratory papers accepted to major conferences

The papers were penned by five doctoral candidates – Ravi Shankar, Jeff Craley, Sayan Ghosal, Niharika Shimona D’Souza, and Naresh Nandakumar – and were accepted to two different conferences.

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Malone team wins Provost’s DELTA grant for new course on AI in healthcare

Research team from the Malone Center has been awarded a DELTA grant from the JHU’s Office of the Provost to develop an online course about machine learning aimed at those working in the healthcare research field.