Nuance is a pioneer in voice recognition technology. You probably recognize its name from their work bringing AI to speech recognition and virtual assistant technology.
What you might not know is they’ve also gotten into using AI to chart the course of the healthcare industry. And to understand how physicians can use the technology to make people healthier, and make the work of doctors better.
To learn more on that, we invited Karen Holzberger, vice president and general manager of Nuance’s Healthcare diagnostic solutions business, onto the latest episode of our AI Podcast.
And if you’d like to hear more from Nuance, Raghu Vemula, vice president of research and development at the Healthcare Division of Nuance Communications, will be speaking as part of a panel on “Enabling medical imaging experts to bring AI to the clinic,” at next month’s GPU Technology Conference.
The session will focus on how developers from industry and institutions use the NVIDIA Clara platform to integrate AI into hospitals to bend the cost curve and improve patient outcomes.
The Clara platform is designed for developers to bring NVIDIA technology and expertise in high performance computing, AI and photorealistic rendering to the medical imaging industry.
Listen to the podcast with Holzberger below. And register to attend GTC here.
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