Nuance Unveils World’s First Open Artificial Intelligence Marketplace for Diagnostic Imaging

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “Nuance Communications, Inc. today, at the Radiological Society of North America conference (RSNA) in Chicago, unveiled the Nuance AI Marketplace for Diagnostic Imaging, the first open platform for developers, data scientists and radiologists to accelerate the development, deployment, and adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) for medical imaging. The Nuance AI Marketplace for Diagnostic Imaging comes at a critical time for radiologists. Not only are they being inundated with incredible amounts of imaging data, they also face the pressing need to spend more time and expertise advancing patient care and less time on tedious processes and paperwork. The availability and acceptance of machine learning and AI algorithms through the AI Marketplace helps address these challenges by enabling care professionals to take advantage of data that has been collected across a range of disciplines.”

The release goes on, “The AI Marketplace unlocks the power of AI for all radiologists, 70 percent of whom in the U.S. already use Nuance’s PowerScribe radiology reporting and PowerShare image exchange network. Now, with the AI Marketplace, radiologists can quickly analyze medical imaging by readily accessing a wide array of algorithms trained on the huge volumes of imaging data, and then integrate them into their day-to-day workflow. It does this by providing radiologists and data scientists with the ability to define, build, publish and improve imaging algorithms, accelerating their creation and the adoption of imaging AI. The Nuance AI Marketplace is designed to be a prime source for imaging algorithms that augment the capabilities of radiologists and provide rapid, open access to the industry’s most advanced research.”

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