EU to aggregate cancer imaging data across bloc in new project

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(Reuters) – The European Union on Monday launched a project to collect and aggregate cancer imaging data in an effort to speed up innovation and early cancer diagnosis using artificial intelligence. The new European Cancer Imaging Initiative will give clinicians, researchers and innovators “easy access to large amounts of cancer imaging data”, the European Commission said in a statement. “A cross-border, interoperable, and secure infrastructure that will preserve privacy will speed up innovation in medical research. For example, it will be possible to train new technologies that use artificial…

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