By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

August 29, 2018 -- Fujifilm Medical Systems USA has signed a research agreement with Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis to jointly develop artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms for medical imaging applications.

The collaboration will bring together Fujifilm's image processing and AI technology with the university's diagnostic and clinical expertise in hopes of developing medical AI technology and a system optimized to support diagnosis workflow, according to the vendor. Initially, researchers will focus on using Fujifilm AI technology to segment and quantify sarcopenia on body images, as well as for detecting and quantifying brain lesions on neuroradiology imaging studies.

In addition to working on multiple in-house imaging AI projects, Fujifilm is also currently partnering with AI technology vendors to increase the disease coverage of its systems, the company said.


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