Doyoung Eom and Heejin Lee have claimed 1st prize at Kaleidoscope 2017 for their review of research into e-health standards and integration of related findings.
Two thousand three hundred and fourteen exabytes.
This is approximately how much space it would take to store the total volume of global healthcare data.
Half of the world’s population still do not have full coverage of essential health services, according to the World Health Organization.
ITU News recently caught up with Shinjini Kundu, Research Fellow at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, to discuss her ‘Transport Based Morphometry’ technique, or TBM, which allows for insight into artificial intelligence (AI) reasoning in the processing of medical images.