t seems hard to imagine that artificial intelligence (AI) could help patients with rheumatoid arthritis or lung disease. 

However, a type of AI called machine learning offers doctors new ways to review patient scans and other types of clinical information. With careful development, this could open up options for faster, more accurate diagnosis and better treatments for painful, inflamed joints or earlier detection of debilitating respiratory conditions. 

Two new PhD students have recently joined the Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML) at the University of Adelaide to advance these exciting possibilities. 

Read the full news story over on AIML’s website