ABU DHABI, 25th April, 2020 (WAM) — Mohamed bin Zayed University of Artificial Intelligence is implementing several research projects in healthcare with the aim of tackling various challenges in the field using artificial intelligence. Health services for the benefit of patients and society.
In conjunction with World Malaria Day on April 25 every year; The University is keen to play an active role in leading country efforts in this file globally.
Within the framework of collaboration between the “Reaching the Last Mile” initiative and the “Malaria No More” organization and the implementation of the “Forecasting a Healthy Future” initiative; The new Institute for Malaria and Climate Solutions (IMACS), a global organization dedicated to combating malaria in the face of climate change and weather variability, has been launched.
With the University’s participation in this initiative; Mohamed Yacoub, Associate Professor at Mohamed Bin Zayed University’s Department of Computer Vision for Artificial Intelligence, is leading efforts to develop a mobile application dedicated to diagnosing malaria using microscopy to reduce the spread of malaria through more rapid and accurate diagnosis.
Health is one of the main research areas at Mohamed bin Zayed University of Artificial Intelligence, which focuses on creating greater levels of benefit and positive impact on communities and humanity in general. Examples of this include using revolutionary technologies to accelerate development. Medicines and their delivery at affordable prices and the use of artificial intelligence to develop personalized medicines contribute to improving treatment strategies for individuals.
According to the university; Artificial intelligence can make a significant contribution to support and improve the healthcare sector and provide it with many new and innovative methods and methods. and other diseases.
Another important area is medical imaging, where artificial intelligence algorithms can analyze large amounts of medical data, including medical images and genetic information, to help healthcare professionals make accurate and timely diagnoses.
In 2022, Mohamed bin Zayed University of Artificial Intelligence collaborated with Abu Dhabi Health Services Company “SEHA” to develop artificial intelligence algorithms to detect heart attacks months before they occur, and these algorithms are expected to revolutionize healthcare. It will help save many lives.
The university has launched several initiatives in the field of health care, including the Biomedical Image Analysis Lab (BioMedia), which focuses on investigating real-world problems in the health sector using artificial intelligence.
Earlier this year, it signed a memorandum of understanding with Curious AI to create a global center for bioartificial intelligence based in Abu Dhabi. Middle East and North Africa region. The AI Center will significantly improve patient outcomes and experiences and contribute to more efficient management of treatment costs for regionally, ethnically and genetically diverse groups.
Mohamed bin Zayed University of Artificial Intelligence has concluded a five-year research agreement with neurotechnology company IBT (Infinite Brain Technology), under which both parties will establish a joint research laboratory to develop precise and personalized digital therapies. By leveraging artificial intelligence technologies for human brain health.
It has signed a strategic MoU with BioMap, a leading platform for life sciences in the field of artificial intelligence, with the aim of establishing a first-of-its-kind laboratory in the Middle East for innovative research in the field of computing to meet the emergency. and the pressing needs of life sciences in the UAE and the region.
Mohamed bin Zayed University of Artificial Intelligence is committed to expanding the boundaries of knowledge and innovation in the field of healthcare by benefiting from the latest advanced scientific research and using artificial intelligence for the benefit and benefit of humanity.
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