An international challenge compared the diagnostic skills of 511 physicians with 139 computer algorithms from 77 different machine learnings labs.
German researchers are currently involved in an interdisciplinary and multi-institutional project aimed at making automated diagnoses from a software program more transparent.
Developed by start-up company Lookinglass, the app is designed to reduce the number of physical appointments required with doctors and occupational therapists.
The automated system is able to successfully identify between diseased and non-diseased eye tissue, in real time, through a simple scanning process.
The AstroQuest citizen science project seeks volunteers to study images of galaxies and figure out which light is coming from which galaxy.
Image-Pro v10 analysis software makes it easy to capture, process, measure, analyse and share images and data.
Adelaide researchers are creating machines capable of undertaking complex tasks, acknowledging the outcomes and improving their performance accordingly.
Entering the unseen world of atoms, users will be able to follow three possible journeys of the neutron inside the OPAL multipurpose reactor.
A virtual reality program created by the ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology takes students on an immersive journey through the cells of plants.
The Hunter Medical Research Institute has launched a web platform that will help unravel the mysteries behind undiagnosed intellectual disabilities in children.
Newcastle researchers have developed what is claimed to be the world's first virtual platform to host 3D copies of human cancer tissues.
Image-Pro Premier, by Media Cybernetics, is a 2D image analysis software package that offers intuitive tools that make it easy to capture, process, count, measure, analyse and share images and valuable data.
Virtual reality technology is allowing multiple scientists to see inside a human cell at the same time, giving researchers a 3D tool to improve doctor interaction and help analyse how cancer drugs work.
Artificially intelligent computer algorithms have been found to equal human pathologists in detecting metastases of breast cancer in lymph nodes.
Supercomputer simulations have revealed the role of transport proteins called efflux pumps in creating drug resistance in bacteria — a breakthrough that could help improve drugs' effectiveness against life-threatening diseases and restore the efficacy of defunct antibiotics.