insideHPC, September 7th, 2017
"Over at the NVIDIA Blog, Abdul Hamid Halabi writes that the Center for Clinical Data Science (CCDS) today received the world's first purpose-built AI supercomputer from the all-new portfolio of NVIDIA DGX systems with Volta...
'With a mission to advance medicine with artificial intelligence, CCDS includes clinicians, researchers, data scientists and product development, and translational experts. Using the first-generation DGX-1 based on Pascal GPUs, CCDS data scientists have successfully trained machines to 'see' abnormalities and patterns in medical images...'
CCDS data scientists have created dozens of medical training algorithms to date. In addition to radiology, they include other medical specialties such as cardiology, ophthalmology, dermatology and psychiatry..."
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