Artificial Intelligence

When COVID-19 strikes, we learn from the traces 

Leading AI scientist Bogdan Georgescu and his team have developed an algorithm that could greatly benefit clinicians in future by helping them to assess COVID-19 severity and progression.

8min
Andrea Lutz
Published on 11. Februar 2021

Hot on the trail of COVID-19: Working with collaborators from around the world, a team began developing an algorithm that helps to evaluate changes in lung tissue. Read about how scientists reached a significant milestone during the pandemic.

Putting the “AI” in aiding clinical decisions

How does artificial intelligence “know” what to do?

AI scientist Bogdan Georgescu

A tracker in a data jungle

What role does CT imaging play in diagnosing COVID-19?

Image of the lung

An international team at a virtual conference table

Supercomputer "Sherlock"

Tremendous computing power is essential

United against the pandemic



A prototype in record time

Putting the prototype to the acid test

Pneumonia-analysis-research-results

The intelligent CT pneumonia analysis2



From crisis comes opportunity

Automated quantification is just the beginning

One more thing


By Andrea Lutz
Andrea Lutz is a journalist and business trainer specialized on medical topics, technology, and healthcare IT. She lives in Nuremberg, Germany.