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The future of artificial intelligence in health care

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From patient self-service to chat bots, computer-aided detection (CAD) systems for diagnosis, and image data analysis to identify candidate molecules in drug discovery, AI is already at work increasing convenience and efficiency, reducing costs and errors, and generally making it easier for more patients to receive the health care they need. While each AI technology can contribute significant value alone, the larger potential lies in the synergies generated by using them together across the entire patient journey, from diagnoses, to treatment, to ongoing health maintenance. Download the full report to explore how current and future applications of these technologies might impact the health care industry.


Future of Artificial Intelligence in Health Care

#artificialintelligence

From patient self-service to chat bots, computer-aided detection (CAD) systems for diagnosis, and image data analysis to identify candidate molecules in drug discovery, AI is already at work increasing convenience and efficiency, reducing costs and errors, and generally making it easier for more patients to receive the health care they need. While each AI technology can contribute significant value alone, the larger potential lies in the synergies generated by using them together across the entire patient journey, from diagnoses, to treatment, to ongoing health maintenance.


How artificial intelligence is making health care more human

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Health-care institutions have been anticipating the impact that artificial intelligence (AI) will have on the performance and efficiency of their operations and their workforces--and the quality of patient care. But many have already been reaping the benefits of AI tools. And contrary to common, yet unproven, fears that machines will replace human workers, AI technologies in health care may actually be "re-humanizing" health care, just as the system itself shifts to value-based care models that may favor the outcome patients receive instead of the number of patients seen. A survey of more than 900 health-care professionals by MIT Technology Review Insights, in association with GE Healthcare, finds that health-care professionals are already using AI to improve data analysis, enable better diagnoses and treatment predictions, and free medical staff from administrative burdens. These findings are even more critical as health-care delivery and administration are becoming more complex and costly, and professional and technological capacity is ever more burdened, with doctors buried amid vastly expanding workloads and administrative, lower-yield work, and patients robbed of personal interactions with their physicians.


How artificial intelligence is making health care more human

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For some time, leaders of technology-enabled health-care institutions--and today, that means practically all health-care institutions--have been anticipating the potential impact that artificial intelligence (AI) will have on the performance and efficiency of their operations and their talent. But in reality many, if not most, have already been reaping the benefits of AI tools, which are improving many activities in health-care institutions, from enhancing oncological diagnosis accuracy to reducing time spent scheduling patient visits.


Artificial intelligence in toothbrush-Industry Global News24

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A toothbrush and it is intelligent? But Oral-B is bringing the innovation in the domain of dentistry and embedding artificial intelligence into the toothbrush. The company has created smart brush with more than 2000 brushing behaviours to gain exclusive insights about brushing habits around the world. After analysis it was found that every person has unique brushing style just like your retina of the eye as well as unique thumb print. Once we have this information and intelligence, then it can be be used to guide the user with optimal care to maintain healthy teeth.