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AI Health Frontier - Issue 3

“Africa is on the move, a new Africa is emerging” —Barack ObamaAfter the Agrarian Revolution, the Ind
AI Health Frontier
AI Health Frontier - Issue 3
By Florent Geerts • Issue #3 • View online
“Africa is on the move, a new Africa is emerging” —Barack Obama
After the Agrarian Revolution, the Industrial Revolution and the Digital Revolution, Forbes magazine claims the fourth Revolution with smart cities, factories and economies is now upon us. And Africa could be leading this new revolution.
When you think of the top 10 things that come to mind when thinking about Africa, its high-tech AI industry would probably not come to mind.
But today, teenagers in Africa are predicting breast cancer using AI technologies, Microsoft is strengthening its position in the continent when it comes to AI, and 19-year olds in Ethiopia are pioneering the industry.
This issue of The Frontier brings you the latest on the use of AI in healthcare, with a special emphasis on its use in Africa.
Wishing you a good week,
Florent

Look to Africa to advance artificial intelligence
Ghanaian teenager’s artificial intelligence system predicts breast cancer
Microsoft dives into Artificial Intelligence in Africa
Meet the 19-year-old tech genius coding at Ethiopia's first AI lab
Gates Foundation Backs Self-Checkup App's Africa Expansion
What the future of healthcare will look like with artificial intelligence
Top 5 Use Cases for Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging
AI-based retinal screening systems may outperform clinicians
Univ. of Washington researchers unveil Prescience, an AI system that predicts problems during surgery
Interesting stuff in the world of AI
Instagram to use artificial intelligence to detect bullying in photos
The Spooky Genius of Artificial Intelligence
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Florent Geerts

The AI Health Frontier covers the latest news on the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare, with a special emphasis on its use in developing markets.

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