Mona G. Flores, MD, is the global head of Medical AI at NVIDIA. She brings a unique perspective with her varied experience in clinical medicine, medical applications and business. She's a board certified cardiac surgeon and the previous chief medical officer of a digital health company. She holds an MBA in management information systems and has worked on Wall Street. Her ultimate goal is the betterment of medicine through AI.
Taiwan has nearly 85,000 kidney dialysis patients — the highest prevalence in the world based on population density. Taipei Veterans General Hospital (TVGH) is working to improve outcomes for these… Read article >
A multi-hospital initiative sparked by the COVID-19 crisis has shown that, by working together, institutions in any industry can develop predictive AI models that set a new standard for both… Read article >
Researchers at NVIDIA and Massachusetts General Brigham Hospital have developed an AI model that determines whether a person showing up in the emergency room with COVID-19 symptoms will need supplemental… Read article >
Around the world, researchers in startups, academic institutions and online communities are developing AI models for healthcare. Getting these models from their hard drives and into clinical settings can be… Read article >
Medical Institutions Collaborate to Improve Mammogram Assessment AI with NVIDIA Clara Federated Learning
An international group of hospitals and medical imaging centers recently evaluated NVIDIA Clara Federated Learning software — and found that AI models for mammogram assessment trained with federated learning techniques… Read article >