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AI Health Frontier - Issue 8

AI Health Frontier
AI Health Frontier - Issue 8
By Florent Geerts • Issue #8 • View online
“Some people call it artificial intelligence but the reality is, this technology will enhance us. So instead of artificial intelligence, I think we’ll augment our intelligence.“
-Ginni Rometty, CEO of IBM

Artificial intelligence (AI) has quickly turned every industry upside-down. Many people fear that AI will replace humans in the workplace and with that, take away our jobs; they think that in the future, diagnosis and treatment will depend on an algorithm.
But many others see AI not as a development that will replace us, but one that will add value. Rather than intelligence that will replace us, AI brings intelligence that enhances our own.
In this issue, the New York Times covers how AI could assist physicians, research from the University of Warwick shows how AI could help radiologists prioritize X-rays, and how AI can help the American Centers for Disease Control to track Influenza.
Hope you have a good week.

A.I. Shows Promise Assisting Physicians
A Third of Americans Are Sleep-Deprived. This Technology Could Help Them Rest Easier
AI-based tool for chest X-ray preliminary reporting gets CE mark
New AI tool helps the radiologist prioritize X-rays
AI-based algorithm learns to detect tumours in microscopy images
Interesting stuff in the world of AI
Intel relies on artificial intelligence to save elephants
How Artificial Intelligence Is Used To Make Beer
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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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