EU Taps Power Of AI To Beat Cancer In New Imaging Initiative
The European Commission’s newly-launched Cancer Imaging Initiative will see sophisticated digital technologies based on artificial intelligence used to speed up medical innovations as part of its wider Beating Cancer Plan.
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