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Facial Recognition and medicine

Fate of viral content on the intent can be dichotomous: they either win the hearts of many or become conspiracy. The latest victim being “#10yearschallenge”. The hashtag took over the major social media channels at the turn of the year. The result was not only a decade old profile picture placed alongside with those from…

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The shape of technology-driven preventive medicine

To say that artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine cares for both the well and unwell is generous. Especially when not everyone is accounted for. Arta Bakshandeh, senior medical officer of Alignment Healthcare commented during AIMed North America 2018, our healthcare system does not provide healthcare. “We provide sick care; we wait for people to get sick…

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What is hindering diagnostic imaging adoption?

According to Dr. Lawrence Tanenbaum, vice-president and director of advanced imaging at Radnet, in one of the panel sessions of AIMed North America 2018, deep learning research is on the rise and most of the work are going into diagnostic imaging. Its application mainly varies between the screenings of breast, lungs and chest. In spite of…

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Medicine may be fragmented; but AI in medicine should not

At AIMed North America 2018, Dr. Christina Chen, nephrologist of Beth Israel Deaconess medical center, Harvard medical school expressed the privilege to work alongside with data scientists. Indeed, it has never been as challenging as to assemble experts with different agenda to work on the same project revolving around artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine. Just data,…