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American College of Radiology & Rhino Health – Scaling AI Federated Learning via NVIDIA AI Enterprise

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American College of Radiology & Rhino Health – Scaling AI Federated Learning via NVIDIA AI Enterprise

April 6, 2022

American College of Radiology & Rhino Health – Scaling AI Federated Learning via NVIDIA AI Enterprise

April 6, 2022: Ittai Dayan, MD, Cofounder and CEO of Rhino Health and Mike Tilkin, CIO at American College of Radiology join Brad Genereaux, Medical Imaging & Smart Hospitals Alliance Manager for NVIDIA to discuss Federated AI Learning models. They deep dive into the NVIDIA AI Enterprise on VMware vSphere with VMware Tanzu solution mixed with ACR Connect powered by Rhino Platform. What kind of work is the American College of Radiology doing in this area? With data connections to the various member organizations, how does this allow the community to work together on AI problems? Why is it important to move the compute towards the edge? What does it take to stand up a model like this and unlock the power of AI in the enterprise? Where would a CTO or CIO start this process?

Key Points:

00:00:00 – Intro

00:03:45 – The problem space right now is providing education for tools that are going to help healthcare folks validate algorithms

00:05:55- What we’ve done with NVIDIA certified systems and AI enterprise with VMware as our virtualization stack is create an ecosystem where we can build all of our applications on one environment

Rhino Health

American College of Radiology – Data Science Institute

NVIDIA

VMware Tanzu

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