Artificial Intelligence for Medical Imaging Lab.

The AIM Lab opened on 31 January 2020. An update by Assistant Professor Xiantong Zhen at the AIM Lab. AIM Lab is a collaborative initiative of the Inception Institute of Artificial Intelligence from the United Arab Emirates and the University of Amsterdam.

The research lab is focused on medical image analysis by machine learning, covering active scientific topics of broad interest, including both methods and applications. These topics range from low-level vision and data pre-processing tasks to high-level image/video analysis tasks. From a technical perspective, researchers at the AIM Lab will be working on fundamental and relatively general deep-learning models and algorithms, which will be applied to specific diseases, including but not limited to Alzheimer’s disease, cancer and cardiovascular diseases. In particular, the AIM Lab will be focusing on the following seven projects in its first five years:

• Learning with limited data and its applications to medical image analysis

• Multi-task learning for medical image analysis and data mining

• Continual learning with its applications to medical image classification

• Out-of-distribution generalization for medical image analysis

• Jointly learning from medical images and health records

• Automated report generation from radiology images.

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Cees G.M. Snoek
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