Intel® AI Builders member Lenovo will demonstrate how artificial intelligence can improve cancer diagnosis. Lenovo LeHealth is a medical image segmentation application Proof-of-Concept (PoC) that was developed by Lenovo’s own AI Research Lab and can automatically detect tumors in CT scans, predict if they’re benign or malignant, and prioritize patients for physician review. Physicians can rotate a 3-D mesh to see the tumor within the organ, which helps in surgical planning.
The solution is powered by Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, Lenovo ThinkSystem SD530, and Lenovo Intelligent Computing Orchestration (LiCO). Through the Lenovo AI Innovation Centers around the world, customers can collaborate on PoCs like this with Lenovo and Intel to build custom AI solutions that meet their specific needs.
Lenovo will present this demo at the RSNA Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois, from November 25-30, and don’t miss the opportunity to get an overview on the present and future of AI in healthcare and radiology at the Intel Corporate Symposium on November 28. Visit Lenovo at booth #7709.
Can’t make the live demo? Here is a quick overview: