This book includes high-quality papers presented at the Second International Symposium on Computer Vision and Machine Intelligence in Medical Image Analysis (ISCMM 2021), organized by Computer Applications Department, SMIT in collaboration with Department of Pathology, SMIMS, Sikkim, India, and funded by Indian Council of Medical Research, during 11 – 12 November 2021. It discusses common research problems and challenges in medical image analysis, such as deep learning methods. It also discusses how these theories can be applied to a broad range of application areas, including lung and chest x-ray, breast CAD, microscopy and pathology. The studies included mainly focus on the detection of events from biomedical signals.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Healthcare is more than a comprehensive introduction to artificial intelligence as a tool in the generation and analysis of healthcare data. The book is split into two sections where the first section describes the current healthcare challenges and the rise of AI in this arena. The ten following chapters are written by specialists in each area, covering the whole healthcare ecosystem. First, the AI applications in drug design and drug development are presented followed by its applications in the field of cancer diagnostics, treatment and medical imaging. Subsequently, the application of AI in medical devices and surgery are covered as well as remote patient monitoring. Finally, the book dives into the topics of security, privacy, information sharing, health insurances and legal aspects of AI in healthcare. Highlights different data techniques in healthcare data analysis, including machine learning and data mining Illustrates different applications and challenges across the design, implementation and management of intelligent systems and healthcare data networks Includes applications and case studies across all areas of AI in healthcare data
This book collects research works of data-driven medical diagnosis done via Artificial Intelligence based solutions, such as Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Intelligent Optimization. Physical devices powered with Artificial Intelligence are gaining importance in diagnosis and healthcare. Medical data from different sources can also be analyzed via Artificial Intelligence techniques for more effective results.
This book aims to present the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Big Data in healthcare for medical decision making and data analysis in myriad fields including Radiology, Radiomics, Radiogenomics, Oncology, Pharmacology, COVID-19 prognosis, Cardiac imaging, Neuroradiology, Psychiatry and others. This will include topics such as Artificial Intelligence of Thing (AIOT), Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI), Distributed learning, Blockchain of Internet of Things (BIOT), Cybersecurity, and Internet of (Medical) Things (IoTs). Healthcare providers will learn how to leverage Big Data analytics and AI as methodology for accurate analysis based on their clinical data repositories and clinical decision support. The capacity to recognize patterns and transform large amounts of data into usable information for precision medicine assists healthcare professionals in achieving these objectives. Intelligent Health has the potential to monitor patients at risk with underlying conditions and track their progress during therapy. Some of the greatest challenges in using these technologies are based on legal and ethical concerns of using medical data and adequately representing and servicing disparate patient populations. One major potential benefit of this technology is to make health systems more sustainable and standardized. Privacy and data security, establishing protocols, appropriate governance, and improving technologies will be among the crucial priorities for Digital Transformation in Healthcare.
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in various fields is of major importance to improve the use of resourses and time. This book provides an analysis of how AI is used in both the medical field and beyond. Topics that will be covered are bioinformatics, biostatistics, dentistry, diagnosis and prognosis, smart materials, and drug discovery as they intersect with AI. Also, an outlook of the future of an AI-assisted society will be explored.
Thisyear,the5thInternationalSymposiumonMedicalDataAnalysishasexperimented an apparently slight modi?cation. The word "biological" has been added to the title of the conferences. The motivation for this shift goes beyond the wish to attract a diff- ent kind of professional. It is linked to recent trends to produce a shift within various biomedical areas towards genomics-based research and practice. For instance, medical informaticsandbioinformaticsarebeinglinkedina synergicareadenominatedbiom- ical informatics.Similarly,patient careis beingimproved,leadingto conceptsandareas such as molecular medicine, genomic medicine or personalized healthcare. The resultsfromdifferentgenomeprojects,the advancesin systemsbiologyand the integrative approaches to physiology would not be possible without new approaches in data and information processing. Within this scenario, novel methodologies and tools will beneededtolinkclinicalandgenomicinformation,forinstance,forgeneticclinical trials, integrated data mining of genetic clinical records and clinical databases, or gene expression studies, among others. Genomic medicine presents a series of challenges that need to be addressed by researchers and practitioners. In this sense, this ISBMDA conference aimed to become a place where researchers involved in biomedical research could meet and discuss. For this conference, the classical contents of former ISMDA conferences were updated to incorporate various issues from the biological ?elds. Similarly to the incorporation of these new topics of the conference, data analysts will face, in this world of genomic medicine and related areas, signi?cant challenges in research, education and practice.
Handbook of Artificial Intelligence in Biomedical Engineering focuses on recent AI technologies and applications that provide some very promising solutions and enhanced technology in the biomedical field. Recent advancements in computational techniques, such as machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT), and big data, accelerate the deployment of biomedical devices in various healthcare applications. This volume explores how artificial intelligence (AI) can be applied to these expert systems by mimicking the human expert’s knowledge in order to predict and monitor the health status in real time. The accuracy of the AI systems is drastically increasing by using machine learning, digitized medical data acquisition, wireless medical data communication, and computing infrastructure AI approaches, helping to solve complex issues in the biomedical industry and playing a vital role in future healthcare applications. The volume takes a multidisciplinary perspective of employing these new applications in biomedical engineering, exploring the combination of engineering principles with biological knowledge that contributes to the development of revolutionary and life-saving concepts.
This book presents recent work on healthcare management and engineering using artificial intelligence and data mining techniques. Specific topics covered in the contributed chapters include predictive mining, decision support, capacity management, patient flow optimization, image compression, data clustering, and feature selection. The content will be valuable for researchers and postgraduate students in computer science, information technology, industrial engineering, and applied mathematics.
The knowledge-based management of medical acts in NUCLEUS -- Knowledge Acquisition, Representation & Learning -- Knowledge Representation and Modelling in HYBRIKON -- Knowledge Organisation in Medical KBS Construetion -- A Framework for Modular Knowledge Bases in the Domain of Hypertension Diseases -- KAVAS-2: Knowledge Acquisition, Visualisation and Assessment System -- KAVAS's Framework for quality assessment of medical knowledge -- KAVAS's Conditioning of the Induction Algorithm -- Clinical decision-support in the field of TETANUS serology using an associative storage model implemented in LISP -- Model based learning support to knowledge acquisition: A clinical case study -- MODELS FOR MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION AND MEDICAL REASONING IN A C.A.I SYSTEM -- Case Based Reasoning in Clinical Evaluation -- Object-oriented mentality: the most suited paradigm for medical knowledge-based systems -- Applications Based on Neural Nets -- Classification of protein patterns using neural networks: pixel based versus feature based approach -- Evaluation of an epiderniological data set as an example of the application of neural networks to the analysis of large medical data sets -- A Neural Network Modular System for Object Classification in Brain MR Images -- A Neural Network Identifies Faces with Morphological Syndromes -- Grading of Gliomas in Stereotactic Biopsies with Neural Networks -- Self Organizing Maps for the Evaluation of High Resolution ECG -- AUTHOR INDEX
Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Analytics for Smart Healthcare serves as a key reference for practitioners and experts involved in healthcare as they strive to enhance the value added of healthcare and develop more sustainable healthcare systems. It brings together insights from emerging sophisticated information and communication technologies such as big data analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science, medical intelligence, and, by dwelling on their current and prospective applications, highlights managerial and policymaking challenges they may generate. The book is split into five sections: big data infrastructure, framework and design for smart healthcare; signal processing techniques for smart healthcare applications; business analytics (descriptive, diagnostic, predictive and prescriptive) for smart healthcare; emerging tools and techniques for smart healthcare; and challenges (security, privacy, and policy) in big data for smart healthcare. The content is carefully developed to be understandable to different members of healthcare chain to leverage collaborations with researchers and industry. Presents a holistic discussion on the new landscape of data driven medical technologies including Big Data, Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Precision Medicine Discusses such technologies with case study driven approach with reference to real world application and systems, to make easier the understanding to the reader not familiar with them Encompasses an international collaboration perspective, providing understandable knowledge to professionals involved with healthcare to leverage productive partnerships with technology developers
Machine Learning, Big Data, and IoT for Medical Informatics focuses on the latest techniques adopted in the field of medical informatics. In medical informatics, machine learning, big data, and IOT-based techniques play a significant role in disease diagnosis and its prediction. In the medical field, the structure of data is equally important for accurate predictive analytics due to heterogeneity of data such as ECG data, X-ray data, and image data. Thus, this book focuses on the usability of machine learning, big data, and IOT-based techniques in handling structured and unstructured data. It also emphasizes on the privacy preservation techniques of medical data. This volume can be used as a reference book for scientists, researchers, practitioners, and academicians working in the field of intelligent medical informatics. In addition, it can also be used as a reference book for both undergraduate and graduate courses such as medical informatics, machine learning, big data, and IoT. Explains the uses of CNN, Deep Learning and extreme machine learning concepts for the design and development of predictive diagnostic systems. Includes several privacy preservation techniques for medical data. Presents the integration of Internet of Things with predictive diagnostic systems for disease diagnosis. Offers case studies and applications relating to machine learning, big data, and health care analysis.
Developing new approaches and reliable enabling technologies in the healthcare industry is needed to enhance our overall quality of life and lead to a healthier, innovative, and secure society. Further study is required to ensure these current technologies, such as big data analytics and artificial intelligence, are utilized to their utmost potential and are appropriately applied to advance society. Big Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence in the Healthcare Industry discusses technologies and emerging topics regarding reliable and innovative solutions applied to the healthcare industry and considers various applications, challenges, and issues of big data and artificial intelligence for enhancing our quality of life. Covering a range of topics such as electronic health records, machine learning, and e-health, this reference work is ideal for healthcare professionals, computer scientists, data analysts, researchers, practitioners, scholars, academicians, instructors, and students.