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   - [[https://aimi.stanford.edu/|Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine & Imaging]], which aims to develop, evaluate, and disseminate artificial intelligence systems to benefit patients.   - [[https://aimi.stanford.edu/|Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine & Imaging]], which aims to develop, evaluate, and disseminate artificial intelligence systems to benefit patients.
   - [[http://aihc.stanford.edu|Stanford Medicine Program for Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare]], with the mission of bringing AI technologies to the clinic, safely, cost-effectively and ethically.   - [[http://aihc.stanford.edu|Stanford Medicine Program for Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare]], with the mission of bringing AI technologies to the clinic, safely, cost-effectively and ethically.
-  - [[https://aicare.stanford.edu/index.php|Stanford Partnership in AI-Assisted Care]], focused on cutting edge computer vision and machine learning technologies to solve some of healthcare's most important problems.+  - [[https://aicare.stanford.edu/|Stanford Partnership in AI-Assisted Care]], focused on cutting edge computer vision and machine learning technologies to solve some of healthcare's most important problems.
   - [[https://aihealth.stanford.edu/|Stanford Engineering, AI for Health]], with the mission to develop unbiased, explainable AI algorithms to better understand health and wellness, to improve the efficiency, value and delivery of healthcare and to improve patient experience and outcomes.   - [[https://aihealth.stanford.edu/|Stanford Engineering, AI for Health]], with the mission to develop unbiased, explainable AI algorithms to better understand health and wellness, to improve the efficiency, value and delivery of healthcare and to improve patient experience and outcomes.
   - [[https://hai.stanford.edu/|Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence]], with the goal of Advancing AI research, education, policy, and practice to improve the human condition.   - [[https://hai.stanford.edu/|Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence]], with the goal of Advancing AI research, education, policy, and practice to improve the human condition.
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   - [[https://irdh.stanford.edu/about-us/|Stanford Medicine Industry Relations and Digital Health]], which matches the finest industry innovators with world leading researchers.   - [[https://irdh.stanford.edu/about-us/|Stanford Medicine Industry Relations and Digital Health]], which matches the finest industry innovators with world leading researchers.
   - [[https://innovations.stanford.edu/about|Stanford Healthcare Innovation Lab]], which characterizes an individual’s healthy baseline to identify when deviations from baseline occur and intervene to maintain health as well as early detection and prevention of disease.   - [[https://innovations.stanford.edu/about|Stanford Healthcare Innovation Lab]], which characterizes an individual’s healthy baseline to identify when deviations from baseline occur and intervene to maintain health as well as early detection and prevention of disease.
 +  - [[https://smcatalyst.stanford.edu/|Stanford Medicine Catalyst]], which aims to accelerate innovations that will transform health by seeking the most promising ideas from the Stanford community and fostering their development, testing their implementation, and scaling them to their full potential.
  
  
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