MUSC, Clemson launch AI innovation hub: 3 notes

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Charleston-based Medical University of South Carolina and Clemson (S.C.) University said Oct. 15 they have partnered to launch an artificial intelligence innovation hub.

Three notes:

  1. The hub will feature AI experts and an augmentation grant program to invest in interdisciplinary research, according to a news release. The hub's purpose is to develop and support AI tools that improve public health, assist clinicians and reduce costs while prioritizing diversity, ethics and inclusion.

  2. The Clemson-MUSC AI Hub is jointly funded by both institutions. It plans to facilitate several biomedical and population health research projects over the next few years. 

  3. The Clemson-MUSC AI Hub is led by Brian Dean, PhD, professor and chair of the Division of Computer Science at Clemson; Christopher McMahan, PhD, an associate professor in the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences at Clemson; and Hamilton Baker, MD, a pediatric cardiologist at MUSC.

 



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