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FRI can speed up development of novel treatments for COPD and other lung diseases.

At IRDD, May 30 in New York, Dr. De Backer will discuss the clinical relevance of understanding regional lung structure and function in the development of novel treatments for lung diseases. Functional Respiratory Imaging (FRI) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) can greatly facilitate the development of novel inhaled treatments for COPD and other lung diseases through… Continue Reading

FLUIDDA chairs a session on AI at the RIS in Dallas.

On Friday May 17, just before the start of the annual congress of the American Thoracic Society (ATS) in Dallas, the second meeting of the Respiratory Innovation summit (RIS) takes place. The RIS is intended to engage top investors, industry leaders and key opinion leaders to discuss key-topics in the translation of concepts to therapeutics,… Continue Reading

FLUIDDA chairs a session on AI at the RIS in Dallas.

Artificial Intelligence, Functional Respiratory Imaging and Lung Health: a triad for better respiratory care.

(This post first appeared on Pulse) Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare require reliable data with low variability, accurately describing the disease state and progression If we would go by the ads we see on TV we would conclude that IBM Watson is the perfect husband, wife, boss, coworker. IBM Watson not only knows… Continue Reading

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