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Artificial Inteligence And Health

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Most people with chronic conditions will be cared for at home by nurse educators and doctors who pop in frequently — just not in the flesh. They'll chat with you via the television set, laptop, tablet computer or smartphone, acting on data from implantable, wearable or external sensors. Shut-ins may be watched over by furry AI-imbued robots that double as caregiver/companions.
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I think this has to do with medications that can monitor your health and report it to your doctor. Many older people I know are not too keen with computer technology and would reject such innovations.
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Picture it, a patient comes in with terrible symptoms. The physician, a well-seasoned professional, has never seen anything like it before. In years gone by, in-depth research would take time, perhaps time the patient didn’t have.
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nothing will surpass the caring nature of a human being. A I may be unable to feel empathy for its patients. certainly the future is upon us.
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The Artificial Intelligence in Health and Life Sciences Conference is a place for top data scientists, practicing clinicians, government and regulatory bodies, industry leaders, entrepreneurs and investors to discuss ideas, form collaborations and identify strategies for development.
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AiCure uses mobile technology and facial recognition to determine if the right person is taking a given drug at the right time. It uses mobile devices to capture patient data from an application.
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Many of the nation's smaller hospitals will close, avers Wachter, because they will be left behind in the race for quality by competitors quicker to adapt to cognitive computing and cloud-based AI technology. In the wired environment, geography won't matter much.
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The system, one of a growing number of similar tools around the country, lets Mariwalla tap the collective knowledge gathered from roughly 3,700 providers and more than 14 million patient visits, as well as data on treatments other doctors have provided to patients with similar profiles.
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Artificial Intelligence in Behavioral and Mental Health Care summarizes recent advances in artificial intelligence as it applies to mental health clinical practice. Each chapter provides a technical description of the advance, review of application in clinical practice, and empirical data on clinical efficacy.
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