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Will artificial intelligence decentralize medicine?

It was probably the first time maestros behind constructing prosthetic limbs received feedbacks directly from users. The Child Prosthetics Research Collaboration was an initiative funded by UK’s National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), in which children with the needs for prosthetic limbs are giving feedbacks to academics and manufacturers, to ensure present prosthetics are more…

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The essentials of artificial intelligence in medicine

If there is a hierarchy of need for artificial intelligence in medicine, the lowest tier will probably be data. Medical information coming in the forms of written notes, test results, images and historical records etc. are all parked under which. These protected health information (PHI) captured by electronic health or medical records train machines to…

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Artificial Intelligence and Synthetic Biology

Professor Petra Schwille from Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry in Germany, is probably the Gordon Ramsay of biophysics. Like the chef who can turn filet mignon, mushroom and flour into beef wellington; Professor Schwille is skilful at making synthetic cell out of protein, buffering agents, fat molecules and chemical energy. According to her, cultivating synthetic…

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Bots in healthcare – The rise of the SCILBOTs workforce

How a workforce of robots (bots) could automate mundane tasks on an unprecedented scale across the healthcare landscape. In 1943, Thomas Watson, President of IBM, famously said: “I think there is a world market for maybe five computers.” Ken Olsen, founder of Digital Equipment Corporation, said in 1977: “There is no reason anyone would want…