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Virtual simulator: The future of surgical training

1 Dec 2022

Technology being developed at The Neuro aims to revolutionize how brain surgery is taught around the world....

Artificial intelligence tutoring outperforms expert instructors in neurosurgical training

Published: 22 February 2022

Machine learning algorithms enhanced technical performance and learning outcomes during simulated brain tumor removal...

Brain connectivity can build better AI

Published: 9 August 2021

Artificial neural networks modeled on real brains can perform cognitive tasks...

Using AI to support treatment decisions in MS

21 Apr 2021

Dr. Douglas Arnold is the recipient of the $1 million Artificial Intelligence (AI) & MS Discovery Grant supported by TD Bank Group through the TD Ready Commitment....

Bridging the gap between AI and the clinic

Published: 30 January 2020

Open source app helps predict brain tumour malignancy and patient survival ...

AI-analyzed blood test can predict the progression of neurodegenerative disease

Published: 28 January 2020

New technique could be used to choose best therapies for patients and measure their effectiveness...

Designing artificial brains can help us learn more about real ones

14 Feb 2020

Understanding how the computations in the brain go wrong could help scientists develop treatments for neurological disorders.

Teaching neurosurgery with AI

12 Aug 2019

Algorithms can detect performance errors and suggest ways to improve

Surgery simulators are key to assessment of trainees

Published: 2 August 2019

AI and virtual reality can determine neurosurgeon expertise with 90% accuracy...

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