Health 0.0

Health 0.0 is a new research program and a Special Interest Group at the MIT Media Lab that creates novel intersections between engineering, medical imaging, machine learning, and medicine to improve health outcomes for patients.

Key goals are:

  • New models and technologies for health research; early discovery; safer and faster clinical trials; digitally empowered researchers, clinicians, regulators, and patients; and reducing healthcare costs;
  • Addressing current and near-term artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), medical imaging and neural network capabilities as they pertain to clinical development and health, and developing a sustainable model to bridge the gap between AI and data science experts and the life sciences community; 
  • Encrypted ML, AI and other data sharing platforms to protect confidential information; and
  • Collaborations with leaders and experts from within MIT,  government, foundations, life sciences, universities, biotechnology, and technology corporations.

Research is broadly divided into three areas

Health 0.0 is a new research program and a Special Interest Group at the MIT Media Lab that creates novel intersections between engineering, medical imaging, machine learning, and medicine to improve health outcomes for patients.

Key goals are:

  • New models and technologies for health research; early discovery; safer and faster clinical trials; digitally empowered researchers, clinicians, regulators, and patients; and reducing healthcare costs;
  • Addressing current and near-term artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), medical imaging and neural network capabilities as they pertain to clinical development and health, and developing a sustainable model to bridge the gap between AI and data science experts and the life sciences community; 
  • Encrypted ML, AI and other data sharing platforms to protect confidential information; and
  • Collaborations with leaders and experts from within MIT,  government, foundations, life sciences, universities, biotechnology, and technology corporations.

Research is broadly divided into three areas