AI technology for automated treatment planning from UHN

Friday, 3 February 2017, 9:47 amPress Release: RaySearch Laboratories RaySearch licenses AI technology for automated treatment planning from UHN University Health Network (UHN) in Canada has exclusively licensed a new artificial intelligence (AI) technology for automated radiation therapy treatment planning to RaySearch, for incorporation* into the RayStation® treatment planning system. The technology was developed by the Techna Institute, which is a collaboration between UHN and the University of Toronto. The license gives RaySearch the ability to integrate deep-learning algorithms from Princess Margaret Cancer Centre’s AI automated planning technology platform into RayStation. The technology will be built into RayStation’s module for automated treatment planning across multiple treatment sites, enabling rapid adoption by clinical customers. Princess Margaret Cancer Centre has been developing AI technologies to automate radiation therapy processes over the last…


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