Every day 1,300 scientists and 700 research institutes collect massive amounts of data. Their goal is track down cancer. Jan Komorowski, a bioinformatician involved in the project, in conversation with Monika Redzisz.
“Would you like us to create our own surgical robot?” doctor Nawrat asked professor Religa. “When will I be able to use it to operate?” replied professor. That was how Robin Heart came into being.
“Artificial intelligence may provide more effective treatment than any psychiatrist in the world. Combining diagnostic AI with therapeutic AI will create a super-psychiatrist,” says professor Marek Krzystanek, pioneer of telemedicine in Poland, in an interview with Monika Redzisz.
“We expect COVID-19 to become a persistent human virus like flu,” says professor Nikolai Petrovsky in an interview conducted by Anna Zagórna.
An algorithm capable of diagnosing breast cancer more accurately than an experienced radiologist – an interview with Krzysztof Geras, PhD, conducted by Monika Redzisz.
An intelligent tool created by a group of researchers from Kraków helps to diagnose autism in children. It has already been implemented by some European centers in Sweden and Great Britain.
I would like to say everything is working out wonderfully, but it is not true. Not many applications in the field of mental health work really well. Monika Redzisz sits down with Bartek Skorulski from Alpha Company.
If the models of artificial intelligence aren’t explainable, then specialists (e.g. in medicine) must fully trust the technology, even though their signature is below the diagnosis. We are working on a system in our Laboratory which will be able to answer what forms the basis of its predictions. Monika Redzisz talks to Piotr Sobecki, the manager and the team leader of the Applied Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
When parents suspect a neurological disorder in their child, they will be able to film it and the algorithm will diagnose it. Monika Redzisz talks to Łukasz Kidziński, Stanford University