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Artificial Intelligence Interest Group

The purpose of the Artificial Intelligence Interest Group (AIIG) is to foster communication among the scientists of NIH, FDA, universities and industries with diverse backgrounds who have a common interest in the development of artificial intelligence for the improve medical treatments. Topic include but not limit to artificial intelligence (AI), neural networks (CNN), algorithms, simulation, fuzzy logic, molecular and biological pattern recognition, biomarkers, biosensors, robotic platform technologies (RPT), remote diagnosis and therapy (RDT), and autotherapy.

The Artificial Intelligence Interest Group was previously the "NIH Artificial Intelligence Interest Group (APSIG), established by the NIH scientists in 2003. For more information, contact June Lee, MD, Ph.D., LeeJun@mail.nih.gov.

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