Cancer patient digital twins and AI tapped to turbocharge oncology

September 11, 2023

By Ioanna Lykiardopoulou

Dell and University of Limerick (UL) in Ireland have teamed up to advance cancer research using AI. Specifically, the tech giant will be working with UL’s Digital Cancer Research Centre to help doctors provide more efficient cancer care for patients suffering from B-cell lymphoma. This covers the entire spectrum of care, from speeding up diagnosis to improving treatment and long-term outcomes. To achieve this, Dell has developed an AI platform, powered by the company’s latest storage arrays and PowerEdge servers. The platform is now part of the Centre’s multicloud ecosystem, and is able to produce digital twins of patients. The…

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