Nordic cooperation on AI
CAI-X and the Norwegian Centre for Clinical Artificial Intelligence have entered a strategic cooperation on clinical AI. The cooperation will be formalised later this year and it will encompass a shared focus on applied medical AI, sharing of data, joint applications and exchange of adjunct professors and researchers.
Peter Børker Nielsen, Programme Manager at CAI-X, looks forward to the close cooperation with the Norwegian centre: “We are very happy with the increased focus from Norway on clinical AI and we look forward to explore future cooperations and knowledge sharing. When working with AI in the health care sector, we are paving the way while walking. To be able to share knowledge and experiences with our Norwegian neighbours improves not only our ability to secure progress in the area of applied AI, but also accelerate our work resulting in faster and better outcomes for patients and staff”.
The Norwegian Centre for Clinical Artificial Intelligence opened in June 2021. The ambition of the centre is to facilitate development and use of clinical decision support tools based on artificial intelligence by connecting clinical expertise with researchers on machine learning and technology.
Professor Esmaeil Nadimi, Technical Head of Technical Research at CAI-X was invited to speak at the opening conference for the Norwegian Centre for Clinical Artificial Intelligence in June 2021. See presentations and videos from the conference here.
The Norwegian Centre for Clinical Artificial Intelligence and the centre Visual Intelligence host biweekly seminars for researchers, clinicians and other people with an interest in AI and healthcare. Read more about the seminars here.