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The AI in medicine traffic jam

The atmosphere of AIMed North America 2018 is so cordial that it makes the artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine industry looks competitive and probably, a little hostile. Chief intelligence and innovation officer of Children’s Hospital of Orange Country (CHOC) and founder of AIMed, Dr. Anthony Chang compared the development of AI in medicine between US,…

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Interview: The new blood of AI medicine (Part One)

The effort to include young enthusiasts into the artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine industry was marked clear in the recent AIMed North America 2018, took place between 13 and 15 December in Dana Point, California.  Four high school students aged between 15 and 17 emerged to be one of the top abstract winners for the decision…

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How AI literate should medical professional be?

“AI (artificial intelligence) is easy but AV (audio-visual) is hard” was a joke shared among speakers and attendees during AIMed North America took place in Dana Point, California between 13 and 15 December 2018. The remark contradicts two forms of technology: while AI put a heavier demand on users to acquire its related knowledge, it is…