Dermatologists and general practitioners are somewhat less accurate in diagnosing disease in darker skin, a new study finds. Used correctly, AI may be able to help.
Some 150 MIT students participate in the 30-year-old program.
An interdisciplinary team of researchers thinks health AI could benefit from some of the aviation industry’s long history of hard-won lessons that have created one of the safest activities today.
A new MIT study identifies six systemic factors contributing to patient hazards in laboratory diagnostics tests.
Study of rigorous trial shows mixed results, suggests need to keep examining how nutrition can combat a pervasive disease.
By reevaluating existing data, researchers find the procedure is even more valuable than consensus had indicated.
The one-step fabrication process rapidly produces miniature chemical reactors that could be used to detect diseases or analyze substances.
MIT researchers develop a customized onboarding process that helps a human learn when a model’s advice is trustworthy.
Anna Kwon and Nicole Doering are the first undergraduate students to receive Jane Matlaw Environmental Champion Awards.
The new sensor measures heart and breathing rate from patients with sleep apnea and could also be used to monitor people at risk of opioid overdose.
The wearable device, designed to monitor bladder and kidney health, could be adapted for earlier diagnosis of cancers deep within the body.
Driven by deeply personal experiences, three entrepreneurs find inspiration from MIT to empower patients and change their lives.