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Microsoft joins AstraZeneca in launching Medical Artificial Intelligence Accelerator

via:雷锋网     time:2019/9/8 18:31:19     readed:288


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Selection of AI Factory for Health startups can directly benefit from AstraZeneca's knowledge and expertise in pathology, patient needs awareness, medical services, as well as AstraZeneca's legal expertise, institutional access and health data in different European countries. From guidance to technical advice to marketing assistance.

And Microsoft is at the growing stage of every start-up, providing them with cloud computing, business channel networks, and other personalized support.

At present, many medical projects and treatment programs have been changed by digital technology, which makes it possible to provide personalized treatment to patients in the future. Artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data and automation all improve the process of patients from prevention, diagnosis, treatment to life management in the later stage of treatment to a certain extent.

"In AstraZeneca, patient supremacy is the basic principle that guides us to do anything. We believe that by deepening the understanding of disease, patient expectations and experiences, we can further improve their quality of life. We also believe that putting patients at the heart of the health care system is a collective effort that draws on the expertise and skills of new partners. That's why I'm so excited to see AstraZeneca join forces with the Microsoft team, "said Iskra Reic, executive vice president of Europe and Canada at AstraZeneca.

Recently, Microsoft has been doing a lot of medical work. In mid-August, Microsoft willthree stars David Rhew, the former chief medical officer of electronics, was invited to serve as Microsoft's global chief medical officer and vice president of health care. In addition, Microsoft's medical team added former Google executives Gary Moore, Verily's Josh Mandel and Dartmouth - hitchcock's former CEO Jim Weinstein.

Microsoft's quest in the healthcare industry has been choppy, and many consumer-facing efforts have failed, including Microsoft Health Dashboard, Microsoft Wearables and HealthVault's Personal Health Record System.

Although the HealthVault service was launched by Microsoft with prominent partners such as (American Heart Association), Johnson and Allscripts, the American Heart Association, HealthVault also encountered the same problems as rival Google Health at the time. On April 6, 2019, Microsoft sent an email to HealthVault users officially announcing that it would shut down the HealthVault service on Nov. 20.

In recent years, Microsoft has focused its attention on corporate customers, introduced new providers and health plan-focused products to enable clinicians to safely communicate and share information, assist patients in navigation and eliminate technical barriers to interoperability. In natural language processing and machine learning, Microsoft also hopes to work with hospitals to help clinicians diagnose and treat patients.

Over the past year, Microsoft has signed a number of major agreements, including a partnership with (Providence St. Joseph) at St. Joseph Hospital in Providence and Wa with Walgren Hospital (Walgren Hospital)LGReens) works together to help innovate medical services.

In addition, Microsoft is working with Oxford Biomedicine to improve gene therapy using cloud computing and machine learning.

This time Microsoft teamed up with AstraZeneca, will also further improve its enterprise-oriented intelligent health care ecology.

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