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Artificial Intelligence in fracture detection

People Involved

Mrs Lesley Leishman l.leishman@rgu.ac.uk
Academic Strategic Lead

Project Description

The SBRI Artificial Intelligence supported early diagnostics in fracture detection and management in Scotland challenge aims to develop an AI or machine-based learning programme that can accurately identify or refute the presence of a fracture, initially as a classification problem. This development is an initial step towards integrating AI systems into a mainstream clinical workflow within the NHS and could be seen as the platform for building more intelligent learning systems. The project is being jointly funded by Opportunity North East and the Scottish Government.

Status Project Complete
Funder(s) Jiva.ai
Value £13,144.00
Project Dates Nov 21, 2019 - Feb 21, 2020

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