X-rays, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT) imaging, and ultrasounds generate about 600 million scans a year—and that number is growing.1 With a trusted history of providing advanced technologies for medical imaging systems, Intel is addressing several challenges in the market:
At Intel, our work is informed by strong partnerships within the healthcare ecosystem, from major healthcare systems to developers and software vendors. Together, we’re harnessing AI, edge computing, and other advanced technologies to power digital transformation in medical imaging technology.
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Lung Nodule Detection from CT Scan Using Intel® Processors, QuEST Global white paper, builders.intel.com/docs/aibuilders/lung-nodule-detection-from-ct-scan-using-intel-processors.pdf.
GE Healthcare’s AIRx™ Tool Accelerates Magnetic Resonance Imaging using Intel® AI Technologies, Intel white paper, intel.com/content/www/us/en/artificial-intelligence/solutions/gehc-airx.html.
Intel and GE Healthcare Partner to Advance AI in Medical Imaging,” Intel Customer Spotlight, intel.com/content/www/us/en/customer-spotlight/stories/ge-healthcare-medical-imaging.html.