Health and Healthcare

How AI advances can enable medical research without sharing personal data

It is now possible to improve algorithms without exchanging data or AI models. Image: Unsplash.

Peter Peumans

Chief Technology Officer, Health, IMEC

Wilfried Verachtert

Senior Data & AI Researcher, IMEC

Roel Wuyts

Principal Scientist, IMEC and Professor at KU Leuven

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New techniques make it possible to train AI without sharing sensitive data or valuable AI models across organizations. Credit: IMEC.
Peter Peumans, Wilfried Verachtert and Roel Wuyts.

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