Artificial Intelligence (AI), will it solve the healthcare puzzle?
With the modern tech acceleration, Artificial Intelligence (A.I) will continue to escalate at a place to decipher the current healthcare puzzle. However, with the sharp medicine revolution and its metamorphosis, the civilization has modified the perception in healthcare and the approach to illness and disease.
Artificial Intelligence (A.I) eludes the imagination - how could well-qualified providers will redesign complete healthcare systems soon? How it will further impact the life of the 'average doctor' positively? This is a fascinating illustration of intellectual rigidity - the resistance to modifying one's thinking or beliefs, or just a tenacious adherence to our comfort zone.
From ancient times to the present, A.I is transposing innovation into the future with data processing and analytics. From predictive care to personalized medicine with pattern recognition, and many more scientist advancements to reach the most crucial achievement: prevent diseases and preserve health.
Previous century was marked by new biological therapies, such as antibiotics. These advances, along with developments in chemistry, genetics, and innovative labs led to modern medicine. Through machine intelligence, we pursue to recognize medical concepts, practices, and institutions in their vast civil and cultural backgrounds, and to provide intellectual tools to engage with the challenges faced by contemporary medicine.
Our demand is to point out why technologies often hide regressive values while espousing 'revolutionary' or 'disruptive' goals. The development of ‘thinking’ computer system shows how the analysis of neuronal interconnections and a scientific intelligent retrieval, will prompt a virtual reality to 'reveal the unpredictable.'
Today’s medical modernization sound like yesterday’s science fiction. Could we apply Artificial Intelligence of self-driving cars, robotics and video analytics to a more sophisticated neural network for healthcare? It is unbelievable the impact in clinical care if we are able to shift from in-person health assessment to virtual interventions and predictive analytics for more accurate clinical decision-making.
The acceptance of Artificial Intelligence in healthcare is on the rise and solving a range of problems for the healthcare industry overall. What are your thoughts when you see the latest news on information technology? What is your reaction when you hear about new health innovations?
For instance, 'Artificial Intelligence may improve outcomes in breast cancer patients', or 'new horizons for a potential solution to the current Opioid Epidemics sought by Triggr Health, the "first predictive system of care for addiction recovery". How about an 'Expert system Predicts Cardiovascular Risk from Retinal Images'. It's inspiring to know the brilliant chemist who found a genetic-developed compound to control blood sugar without usual side effects', or the promising research of 'Amyloid Plaques in Retina for Diagnosis in Alzheimer’s Patients'.
Above examples are a few of the freshest announcements in medicine and healthcare. Isn’t it breathtaking? Or maybe terrifying? Digital technologies have utterly revolutionized our ways of life in the last century and will entirely revamp the scheme of healthcare. Yet, these inventions are merely the beginning of a new scientific revolution. Titanic steam of innovation is about to happen.
The fears around ‘learning machine’ are understandable considering we accept how technology functions. And what we don’t accept, we favor to refuse. It will take time to become familiarized with simulated intelligence. We urge everybody to be broad-minded and enlighten with the idea of using ‘Artificial Brains’ in our daily existence.
“People see smart computers all around them–Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa, Tesla’s self-driving car–and they think healthcare should be the same,” as quoted by Dr. M. Blum, Associate Vice Chancellor for Informatics at the UCSF Medical Center.
He stayed: “Obviously, healthcare is far more complex, requires a much higher accuracy, and has less margin for error. Thanks to advances in computing power and data science, we have entered a new era of medicine–we now have a tremendous opportunity to improve the quality and efficiency of care, and prevention and prediction for an individual are finally going to be possible.”
Kudos to Dr. Blum! Artificial Intelligence will integrate a system that allows a productive impact on the public-based results and addresses the rising burden of disease. Applying medical robotization as an antidotal approach will promote, preserve and improve the health and wellbeing globally. What do you think? What are your opinions? Are you all ready to brainstorm? Subscribe below and let's Go!
Hendry Perez-Pascual, M.D
Editor and Founder - Antidote Care
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