Directly observed therapy improves adherence to DOACs amongst AI-enabled app users
Tag: Artificial Intelligence
A discussion on Dr. Michael Forsting’s article “Machine Learning Will Change Medicine” in the Journal of Nuclear Medicine.
Medable’s Cerebrum is a cloud-based machine learning tool for health apps to help generate actionable insights from ever growing volumes of health data
HealthTap has announced plans to bring their new Dr. AI platform, an artificial intelligence powered “virtual physician,” to Alexa.
UK National Health Service is using artificial intelligence to reduce unnecessary ER visits and clinic visits.
GE & Boston Children’s Hospital partner to apply artificial intelligence in pediatrics, starting with pediatric brain imaging.
DeepMind is launching its AI-powered Streams health app in 2017, designed to predict and help avert adverse outcomes in hospitalized patients.
General Electric (GE) and UCSF are partnering to apply artificial intelligence in healthcare, starting with “high impact, high volume” imaging.
A recent study compared symptom checking apps to physicians and produced interesting results.
DeepMind, Google’s artificial intelligence and machine learning division, is getting a treasure trove of patient data to build advanced decision support.
IBM’s artificial intelligence system known as Watson (the one that beat Ken Jennings on Jeopardy) is now being used to help treat cancer. This is nothing short of revolutionary in evidence-based cancer treatment.
Clemson University researchers receive National Science Foundation grant to fund development of “smart app” for coordination of perioperative services.