University of Nottingham

 Research to use Artificially Intelligent devices to help critically ill patients

Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare2016 News

Artificially-intelligent medical devices capable of continuously monitoring critically-ill patients and administering treatments when needed, are being investigated in a UK-wide research project.

The research network, involving the Universities of Nottingham, Oxford and Warwick, will identify technologies that can provide more personalised and responsive care for cancer and intensive care patients, and those with chronic wounds.

The three-year, EPSRC-funded project, which is being led by Professor Stephen Morgan at The University of Nottingham, will investigate technologies to monitor patients and administer medicines or adjust treatments as necessary, using information from built-in sensors.

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