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GE Healthcare, Nvidia expanding partnership to collaborate on AI

GE Healthcare and Nvidia are deepening their ten-year partnership to bring artificial intelligence to GE Healthcare’s 500,000 imaging devices globally.

Nvidia is working with GE Healthcare to spread its application in healthcare. GPU-accelerated deep learning solutions can be used to design more sophisticated neural networks for healthcare and medical applications—from real-time medical condition assessment to point-of-care interventions to predictive analytics for clinical decision-making, according to a statement by the companies.

The average hospital generates 50 petabytes of data annually, through medical images, clinical charts and sensors, as well as operational and financial sources. Yet, less than 3 per cent of that data is actionable, tagged or analyzed, according to the companies.

[Image courtesy: GE Healthcare]

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