Stanford Medicine researchers and others create a new device to sample the insides of the small intestine, including bile and bacteria.
Category: AI, Technology & Innovation
When it comes to health care, will AI be helpful or harmful?
Stanford Medicine researcher Jonathan Chen discusses the promise and danger of using AI, such as ChatGPT, in medicine.
AI helps gauge patients’ attitude toward cholesterol drugs
Stanford Medicine researchers are using AI to mine discussion on Reddit to better understand sentiments about statins.
Is AI up to snuff? Cardiac clinical trial points to yes
Stanford Medicine researchers studied how AI can enhance evaluation of cardiac tests in the clinic and found it improved accuracy.
For better video meetings, try taking turns talking
Stanford Medicine scientists have identified how virtual interactions stilt our conversations and what that looks like in the brain.
Catalyst’s newest cohort spotlights Stanford innovation
Stanford Medicine's Catalyst program, which aims to accelerate impactful health care innovations, launches a new cohort.
Potential and pitfalls of smart toilets: Would you use one?
Researchers at Stanford Medicine are exploring the ethical and legal considerations of the smart toilet, which detects disease through waste.
Machine learning could enable faster, less costly epilepsy drugs
Researchers created an algorithm to determine if mice have epilepsy and whether they have been treated with seizure drugs.
Looking for love in all the wrong hormones
Researchers have found that oxytocin, commonly known as the "love hormone" may not be crucial for the social behaviors it's known for.
Conference for pre-med students addresses health disparities
SUMMA, a conference designed to train the next generation of physicians and increase diversity in the medical field is accepting registrants.
People with disabilities take to the sky
A Stanford occupational therapist and a computer science student harness their experiences to help bring people with disabilities to space.
Wireless implant could help remove deadly brain tumors￼
Brain tumors are among the most deadly and difficult-to-treat cancers. Glioblastoma, a particularly aggressive form, kills more than 10,000 Americans a year and has a …
Researchers create guide for fair and equitable AI in health care
Researchers at Stanford Medicine are putting together a guide for principled implementation of artificial intelligence in health care.
Finding patterns of success across 50 years of innovation
Researchers conducted a study to look back at 50 years of innovation, tracking how trends in technology have changed.
Training physicians and algorithms in dermatology diversity
Researchers are addressing bias in algorithms that detect dermatology diseases by adding more diverse skin tone images to data sets.
Delivering free (tele)health care to Ukrainians
Students and physicians at Stanford created a program called Telehelp Ukraine to serve health care needs of those in Ukraine.