Is there a limited scope of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare?
Team Veye | 30-Sep-2019
Last week we had concluded that Artificial Intelligence emphasizes the development of intelligent machines that think and work like humans. And that ultimately everything would be done by machines and humans controlling them.
Recent AI techniques have fuelled active brain storming sessions on which all fields will derive maximum advantage from it. And first and foremost field that can derive best benefit seems to be healthcare. Over the years, medical technology has become increasingly reliant on vast healthcare data and the progress in its analysis.
AI in healthcare has huge potential. Artificial Intelligence can help physicians in making much better clinical decisions. Applications of Artificial Intelligence in healthcare are endless. Major disease areas that use AI tools include cancer, neurology and cardiology.
Artificial intelligence in healthcare refers to the use of complex algorithms designed to perform certain tasks in an automated fashion. When researchers, doctors and scientists feed data into computers, the newly built algorithms can review, interpret and even suggest solutions to complex medical problems.
Another strong application is the use of AI in interpreting medical images – a field that relies on deep learning, a sophisticated form of machine learning in which a series of labeled images are fed into algorithms that pick out features within them and learn how to classify similar images.
There are many health and pharma companies in Australia which are currently using Artificial Intelligence to help with drug discovery and improve the lengthy timelines and processes. The use of Artificial Intelligence is not limited to these only. It is being explored in pain management and improving patient outcomes also.
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