Microsoft tells us how AI will affect healthcare. It’s going to be bigger than we imagine today.
As the EMR “space race” peaks, clinical and health leaders are coming to understand that digitising data does not, on its own, drive innovation or transformation. Many are wondering what’s next. Looking ahead, the next wave in our journey towards digital transformation is Artificial Intelligence (AI). Simply put, Artificial Intelligence is a collection of systems that sense, comprehend, act and learn.
Source: Artificial intelligence is healthcare’s next big thing | Access AI
Already today, AI can find cancer to the same degree as humans. Just imagine how much better they will be in 2020.
Stanford researchers create a machine-learning algorithm that performs just as well as dermatologists when it comes to recognizing the potentially deadly skin disease.
Source: Soon, artificial intelligence could check your skin for cancer – CNET
Cancer is still one of the big four killers of humans. Perhaps AI can assist.
For the first time, artificial intelligence has been used to discover the exact interventions needed to obtain a specific, previously unachievable result in vivo, providing new insight into the biophysics of cancer and raising broad implications for biomedicine.
Source: Artificial intelligence uncovers new insight into biophysics of cancer | EurekAlert! Science News