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Artificial Intelligence in BioMedical Special Issue

Editorial Board
Special Issue Editors:
  • Nianyin Zeng (Xiamen University)
Scope
Nowadays, large amounts of biomedical data are available in various healthcare institutes/hospitals. In order to better interpret biomedical data, therefore, there is an increasing demand to introduce the artificial intelligence methods with application in the biomedical data analysis. It should be pointed out that the medical image itself exhibits several distinguishing features that add to the difficulties in its analysis. Up to now, there are many new points and research achievements in each aspect of artificial intelligence for biomedical data analysis these years. This workshop is intended to seek for original contribution of works which addresses the challenges from the artificial intelligence for biomedical data analysis to share their experiences and new research achievements.
Topics
  • Computational intelligence for biomedical information analysis
  • Data analytics and mining for biomedical decision support
  • AI-based medical diagnosis
  • New computational platforms and models for biomedical
  • Intelligent devices and instruments
  • Machine learning for computer-aided medical diagnosis
  • AI-based modeling and management of healthcare pathways and clinical guidelines
  • Models and systems for AI-based population health
  • AI in medical and healthcare education
Keywords
Manuscript submission deadline:
30/09/2019
Notification of acceptance:
21/10/2019
Submission of final revised paper:
11/11/2019
Publication of special issue (tentative):
25/11/2019

Publication:
Pervasive Health and Technology