Michael Abramoff, EURETINA 2019 – AI-based diabetic retinopathy screening
AI was a hot topic at ESRCS 2019, so we were honoured to meet with Michael Abramoff (University of Iowa) to discuss his latest research around an autonomous AI diagnostic system to assist with the diagnosis of diabetic retinopathy.
1. What are the limitations of current diagnosis of diabetic retinopathy? (0:04)
2. Could you tell us a little about the autonomous AI diagnostic system for diabetic retinopathy? (0:42)
3. What were the findings of your recent study evaluating this system? (1:29)
4. What is the current status of the system in Europe? (3:28)
Support: No funding was received in the production of this video.
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