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The two main branches associated with Artificial Intelligence (AI) in medicine are virtual and physical. The virtual component includes machine learning (ML) and algorithms, whereas physical AI includes medical devices and robots for delivering care. AI is used successfully in tumour segmentation, histopathological diagnosis, tracking tumour development, and prognosis prediction. CURATE.AI, developed at the National University of Singapore, is a platform that automatically decides the optimum dose of drugs for a durable response, allowing the patient to resume a completely normal life. With the involvement of technology multinationals, such as Google and Microsoft, in AI and healthcare in association with leading healthcare companies, the future of AI in healthcare looks very promising.
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Anthony Chang, MD, MBA, MPH, MS