Philips IntelliSpace presented AI Workflow Suite  at the 2019 Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting (RSNA) . The Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) has recently signed an agreement with Philips and will be the first in the world to use the platform.
The platform is linked to the LUMC clinical systems, so that they can automatically request an AI-driven analysis, for example on the images of an MRI scan. New and existing AI models from the LUMC are placed in the platform so that researchers and doctors can retrieve, adjust, use and share them again. With the platform there is also the possibility to make the scientifically validated AI models that are being developed in the LUMC available for other hospitals worldwide.
In addition, specialists from both organizations will work together to accelerate the application of AI. Philips will support the LUMC with the personalization, evaluation, validation and approval of new AI models. An example is an AI model that provides laboratory technicians with real-time feedback during X-ray imaging. In this way, a quality photo of the patient is immediately taken during the first attempt.