Artificial Medical Imaging

Created by team OphyCare Team AI on October 16, 2023

Artificial Medical Imaging (AMI) is a technique to visualize the internals of the human body using artificial intelligence based on the patient’s diagnosis made by either real providers or generative AI algorithms. AMI uses Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) to create or enhance medical images. These images can be generated from scratch by AI algorithms or enhanced and interpreted by AI to aid healthcare professionals in diagnosis, treatment planning, and research. The diagnosis part is done by our Sadiq – a chat with doctor application based on ChatGPT 3.5. The imaging part is done by a feature built into Sadiq based on DALL-E.

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"i liked the idea, but i didn't see where to upload medical images to interpret it, plus how this works as medical assistant for doctors. where it knowlege come from. med PALM is now the best one for doctors. your demo didn't show how imaging interpreted. for more accuracy use med PALM intead of openAI. good luck"


Walaa Nasr Elghitany

Data scientist and doctor

"Nice work, It works like a bot that only gives basic knowledge and suggests to a consultant. How you make it a revenue-generated product. for instance, if a person is not able to go to the doctor, how it will help? Btw good effort keep it up and make improvements."


Muhammad Mubashir Hassan