The human brain is an amazing work of art, it has very complex neural circuits and the way it registers, stores, processes and analyzes information and takes decisions has always been a matter of fascination. To even attempt to replicate the human brain or to “teach” a machine to do that is an extremely ambitious endeavor fraught with controversy. Many a scientist has been fascinated with this concept and thus was born “artificial intelligence” and “deep machine learning”.
“Artificial intelligence” is a familiar buzzword for many in the tech sector today. It has been used in the airline industry for years now, to assist pilots to make decisions under difficult, high-pressure, complex situations which can be too difficult for an individual to handle or when the experience of a pilot, or the lack of it, gets in the way of safety of hundreds of passengers.
AI in Healthcare is a very fresh, still-emerging concept, largely focused on programs that perform and assist with diagnosis, decision-making and therapy recommendations.
Can artificial intelligence help in big data insights and better decision making? Can it sort through the trillions of gigabytes to provide real-time relevant information? Can it become the catalyst for change in healthcare delivery and patient care?
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