Artificial Intelligence

As AI spreads through healthcare, ethical questions arise
By Mike Miliard 01:37 pm May 26, 2017
New Infosys report points to the importance of "ethical standards" for maintaining and sometimes retraining talent as automation changes workflows.
By Mike Miliard 10:10 am May 24, 2017
Stanford Medicine, UC San Francisco University of Chicago Medicine to help Google Brain fine-tune predictive analytics to spot patterns in EHRs.
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Tom Sullivan at the Big Data & Healthcare Analytics Forum, where speakers and panelists discussed the biggest roadblocks to embracing emerging technologies.

By Tom Sullivan 11:22 am May 23, 2017
Persistent infrastructure and talent acquisition concerns render the industry not-quite-ready to embrace the next generation of health IT. But we’re getting close.
By Bernie Monegain 02:40 pm May 22, 2017
Team plans to leverage Watson AI to develop cognitive tools that use analytics, knowledge-driven learning and semantics-based interrogation.
healthcare using Artificial Intelligence AI
By Bill Siwicki 12:35 pm May 19, 2017
Healthcare providers, life science companies and technology vendors view artificial intelligence as important to competitiveness, Tata Consultancy Services reports.
artificial intelligence Partners HealthCare MassGeneral
By Bernie Monegain 10:06 am May 18, 2017
Partnership with GE Healthcare with first focus on improving clinician productivity and patient outcomes in diagnostic imaging.
Conversa patient-provider communication
By Bernie Monegain 09:49 am May 18, 2017
Northwell Health, which led the funding round, says technology can greatly improve care coordination.
Robert Califf joins Google Verily
By Jessica Davis 04:05 pm May 17, 2017
The trained cardiologist Robert Califf will focus on bridging the gap between technology and patients.
What precision medicine and Netflix have in common
By Bill Siwicki 12:46 pm May 17, 2017
While healthcare is not applying the same kind of data understanding that other service rely on, precision medicine will bring that to the fore, expert says.
By Tom Sullivan 03:46 pm May 15, 2017
As artificial intelligence, cognitive computing and machine learning systems become better than humans at medicine and cost less, it might even become unethical not to replace people.

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