WHO reports; how can Artificial Intelligence hold great promise for improving healthcare and medicine delivery worldwide?
According to the World Health Organization, artificial intelligence (AI) holds great promise for improving healthcare and medicine delivery worldwide, but only if ethics and human rights are prioritized in its design, deployment, and use (WHO). Source: WHO reports; how can Artificial Intelligence hold great promise for improving healthcare and medicine delivery worldwide?
Leveraging artificial intelligence can shave years off the difficult process of diagnosing a rare disease. By safely sharing patient data, more will benefit globally. Source: How AI may hold the key to faster rare disease diagnosis
The medical device field is changing all the time. It is growing rapidly and the technology and innovation within the industry are developing fast as well. As we head into the 2020 decade, medical devices will continue to employ the most cutting-edge technology to provide better results and a better experience for both doctors and […]
Artificial Intelligence, Tele-ophthalmology, and IoT to Drive the Ophthalmic Diagnostic and Monitoring Devices Market
” Conventional ophthalmic diagnostic devices are bulky and non-portable, take a long time for analysis, require expertise, are uncomfortable for patients, and require frequent visits to the clinic or hospital,” said Dr. Sneha Maria Mariawilliam, Technical Insights Senior Research Analyst at Frost & Sullivan. “Going forward, these emerging technologies will support ophthalmologists in better understanding […]
Researchers at the Research Center for Molecular Medicine of the Austrian Academy of Sciences have created knowledge-primed neural networks which utilize signaling pathways and gene-regulatory networks. Source: Deep Learning on Cell Signaling Networks Establishes Interpretable AI for Single-Cell Biology
Even with the best doctors, these details are hard to differentiate accurately due to human error. Using AI algorithms can help combat this difficulty in order to identify possible cancerous cells at earlier stages, in order for the cancer to be treated better and more effectively. Source: Using Artificial Intelligence to Identify Cancer
August 05, 2020 – Artificial intelligence-enhanced electrocardiogram (ECG) may be able to accurately detect heart failure in patients being evaluated in the ER for shortness of breath, according to a study published in Circulation: Arrythmia and Electrophysiology . Source: Artificial Intelligence May Accelerate Heart Failure Diagnosis
The ability to accurately identify cancer—and classify cancer types—using machine learning would provide a tremendous advance in cancer diagnostics for both physicians and patients. But that is just one role of many that machine learning can play in cancer. Source: Artificial Intelligence Classifies Cancer Types, Predicts Genetic Alterations
Diagram of the brain of a person with Alzheimer’s Disease. Credit: Wikipedia/public domain. Artificial intelligence (AI) could help to diagnose Alzheimer’s faster and improve patient prognosis, a new study from the University of Sheffield has revealed. Source: Artificial intelligence could speed up and improve Alzheimer’s diagnosis