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The impact of AI on medical education

Nature has begun its six-part Working Scientist podcast series at the start of the month. On the very first episode, the discussion revolves around artificial intelligence (AI) and education. Especially, the possible transformations brought about by AI and if our higher education is ready for it.  All change  Jeff Perkel, technology editor of Nature said in…

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The misunderstanding we have about Chinese AI

A year ago, Jeffrey Ding, a DPhil researcher from the University of Oxford started a newsletter “ChinAI”. It explores various issues concerning artificial intelligence (AI) development in China. Initially, his effort was to translate and share with his colleagues, information, and thoughts mentioned in a book written by a Chinese government think tank and Tencent,…

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The AI infrastructure challenges

In the latest AIMed breakfast briefing: experience the future of AI (artificial intelligence) in radiology, took place in Chicago on 9 April, Dr. Paul J. Chang, professor and vice-chairman of Radiology Informatics of the University of Chicago School of Medicine, gave an informative presentation on the challenges faced by present day healthcare system, which may prevent…