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NYU Abu Dhabi engineering research and faculty are frequently featured in local and international media.

This tech can make breast cancer detection in the Middle East easier and faster
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in the Arab world. But AI-powered screening solutions, molecular imaging and precision medicine are helping in fast diagnosis and speeding up treatment.
Fast Company Middle East | January 12, 2023

Medical technology from mixed reality to the metaverse and beyond
How digital technology can be used to bridge gaps in the UAE’s healthcare sector.
Gulf News | January 27, 2022

Farah Shamout, NYU Abu Dhabi – Artificial Intelligence for the Detection of Deterioration Among COVID-19 Patients
Farah Shamout, assistant professor emerging scholar in computer engineering at NYU Abu Dhabi, finds out.
Academic Minute | November 18, 2021

Artificial Intelligence to Detect COVID-19 Deterioration
Can artificial intelligence help us in the fight against COVID-19? In today's Academic Minute, NYU Abu Dhabi's Farah Shamout finds out.
Inside Higher Ed | November 18, 2021

Academic Minute | Artificial Intelligence to Detect COVID-19 Deterioration
Can artificial intelligence help us in the fight against COVID-19? In today’s Academic Minute, NYU Abu Dhabi’s Farah Shamout finds out.
Tech Register | November 18, 2021

How artificial intelligence is boosting the fight against Covid-19
Scientists battling Covid-19 have technological tools that were not available during previous pandemics – and among the most significant is artificial intelligence.
The National | October 07, 2021

AI outperforms doctors at spotting breast cancer, say researchers
Artificial intelligence can be more effective than experienced doctors at identifying breast cancer abnormalities in ultrasound images, research by New York University Abu Dhabi and a US medical centre has shown.
The National | October 06, 2021

NYU and NYU Abu Dhabi develop new AI tool for breast cancer detection
The system, which offers “radiologist-level accuracy”, has been designed as a decision support tool for clinicians.
Health Care IT News | October 06, 2021

The 5 Coolest Things On Earth This Week
NYU researchers in New York and Abu Dhabi created an AI-driven “decision support tool” to help clinicians more accurately diagnose breast cancer with ultrasound imaging.
The Vanguard | October 04, 2021

NYU and NYU Abu Dhabi researchers develop a new artificial intelligence tool to improve the accuracy of breast cancer detection
Ultrasound continues to be a critical tool, often in conjunction with mammography, for the screening, detection and characterization of breast cancer. 
Bioengineer | September 27, 2021

Artificial Intelligence System Improves Breast Cancer Detection
Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women in the United States; as of January 2021, there are more than 3.8 million women with a history of breast cancer in the United States. 
Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News | September 27, 2021