Computing hardware/software > Image analysis

Imaging software instantly diagnoses, treats jaundice

19 November, 2021

The software can diagnose jaundice in the blink of an eye, automatically turn on an LED light to counteract it and send the diagnosis via SMS to the carer.


AI-powered glaucoma test takes just 10 seconds

15 November, 2021

The test uses infrared sensors to monitor eye movement and is said to produce accurate results within seconds.


Bitplane Imaris 9.8 image analysis software

12 October, 2021

The software introduces a handling method for clipping planes and slicers to improve efficiency and enable better visualisation flow.


Automated computer program counts micronuclei in cells

23 September, 2021

The program can count micronuclei from microscope images of stained cells, which should increase the speed and accuracy of micronuclei research.


Machine learning algorithm diagnoses deep vein thrombosis

20 September, 2021

UK and German researchers are developing an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm with the aim of diagnosing deep vein thrombosis (DVT) more quickly.


Imaging software monitors tiny babies in ICU

02 September, 2021

The computer vision system can automatically detect a tiny baby's face in a hospital bed and remotely monitor its vital signs from a digital camera.


AI helps identify new biomarkers for breast cancer

16 August, 2021

Scientists used artificial intelligence (AI) to identify new biomarkers for breast cancer that can predict whether the cancer will return after treatment.


Livecyte's Automated Tracking exposes a global research dilemma

30 July, 2021

Manually tracking cells is not as accurate as people assume and significant variability can occur from person to person.


Smartphone photos can be used to detect anaemia

27 July, 2021

A picture of a person's inner eyelid taken with a standard smartphone camera can be used to screen for anaemia, according to a new study.


Microscopy deep learning can identify viral infections

29 June, 2021

Using fluorescence images from live cells, researchers have trained an artificial neural network to recognise cells that are infected by adenoviruses or herpes viruses.


Algorithms analyse mammogram X-rays for breast cancer markers

14 May, 2021

A PhD student at the University of Canterbury has been working on computational algorithms that can automatically read and analyse mammogram X-rays.


AI can identify cancerous cells by their acidity

30 March, 2021

Researchers have developed a technique that uses machine learning to determine whether a single cell is healthy or cancerous by analysing its pH.


'Crappifier' degrades high-res images for deep learning

23 March, 2021

The crappifier takes high-quality images and computationally degrades them, so that they look something like the lowest low-resolution images available.


Advanced imaging and AI help classify child brain tumours

17 February, 2021

Diffusion weighted imaging and machine learning can successfully classify the diagnosis and characteristics of common types of paediatric brain tumours.


New mammogram measures to predict breast cancer risk

07 January, 2021

Researchers have found two new mammogram-based measures for breast cancer risk, which could improve the screening process and make it less stressful for women.


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