Healthcare Nov 30, 2021 04:44 PM (GMT+8) · EqualOcean
On the 30th, according to the official news of NVIDIA, the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI) is using the NVIDIA AI enterprise suite to test AI workload in 3D cancer scanning with higher accuracy than the currently commonly used 3D cancer scanning. In the past, NKI trained AI models on lower resolution images. Now, due to the higher memory capacity provided by NVIDIA AI enterprise, researchers can use high-resolution images for training, so as to help clinicians better determine the size and location of tumors. The NVIDIA AI enterprise suite used by NKI is designed to optimize the development and deployment of AI. The suite is NVIDIA certified and supported to help hospitals, researchers and IT professionals run AI workloads on mainstream servers using VMware vSphere in local data centers and private clouds. In addition, NVIDIA has also launched open source   NVIDIA FLARE   The software development kit helps users scattered everywhere to cooperate to develop more general artificial intelligence (AI) models, so that researchers can give play to the advantages of federal learning more easily than ever, so as to speed up the application of AI in industries such as health care, manufacturing and financial services. Currently, NVIDIA flare can be integrated with existing AI solutions, including the open source Monai framework for medical imaging.