The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare will soon be the norm. But while these technological advancements are certainly remarkable and look set to revolutionize patient care, some are wary of the dangers. How is AI currently being used to assist medical professionals, and are people right to be concerned? AI has been present in the healthcare industry for several years. In 2016, a team of scientists at Harvard University developed an AI program that could identify breast cancer cells. There’s an app called mGene, which measures the faces of infants to detect rare genetic conditions with 90% accuracy. Meanwhile, a study between Facebook and a New York University professor is looking into ways that AI could help doctors better interpret MRI images.
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