GE Healthcare Sets Out Its Software And AI Ambitions
GE Healthcare is using its artificial intelligence platform Edison to power a new generation of medical imaging apps and devices. At the annual European Congress of Radiology (ECR), In Vivo met with Mathias Goyen, GE Healthcare’s chief medical officer, Europe, to discuss the future of AI in radiology and how technology will transform practice.
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