Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AIM)

The Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AIM) program is a research program of the Department of Medicine at Cedars-Sinai. The AIM program seeks to develop software to allow computers to process and analyze three-dimensional images of the heart in much the same way as an experienced human operator. The program applies artificial intelligence techniques to the measurement of parameters critical to understanding the state and behavior of the human heart. This automated approach allows information to be obtained very quickly that is quantitatively accurate and does not suffer from intra-observer or inter-observer variability.

Information on AIM projects, including detailed descriptions, screenshots, applications and outside resources relating to Artificial Intelligence in Medicine research.

Software Availability

The following companies distribute some of our software applications:

What's New

Detailed information regarding new features can be found on the individual project websites. Several optional modules are now available to complement the existing features of QGS and QPS.

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Artificial Intelligence in Medicine Program