Nvidia announces sales to UK NHS trusts

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

November 29, 2022 -- Graphics processing unit (GPU) technology developer Nvidia announced that 10 National Health Service (NHS) trusts in the U.K. are deploying its Medical Open Network for AI (MONAI)-based AI Deployment Engine (AIDE) platform.

Four hospitals are using AI-enabled disease detection tools, with implementation planned for another 11 NHS hospitals in 2023. MONAI and AIDE enable safe and effective validation, deployment, and evaluation of medical imaging AI models, the company stated in a press release. The platforms provide a scalable way for clinicians to deploy healthcare AI tools to support decision-making.

Nvidia is also introducing MONAI Application Packages (MAPs) at RSNA 2022. Delivered through MONAI Deploy, a MAP is a method of packaging an AI model that makes it easy to deploy in an existing healthcare system.

According to the company, when a developer packages an app using the MONAI Deploy Application software development kit, hospitals can easily run the program on premises or in the cloud. The MAPs specification also integrates with healthcare IT standards such as DICOM for medical imaging interoperability.

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