Search Tag: AI tools

IT Management


2023 18 Oct

Microsoft recently announced new data and artificial intelligence products that are designed to facilitate healthcare organisations’ access to the vast volumes of information gathered by healthcare professionals and medical facilities.   Microsoft is introducing the first industry-specific data solutions within Fabric, a data and analytics platform,...Read more

IT Management


2023 14 Jun

Experts discuss cutting-edge case studies in AI, dig deeper into the ethical and legal issues, and engage in discussing methods to maximise AI’s potential in the health ecosystem.   Where are you getting your quality data and how do you track the records?   It is important to provide the need to identify individuals in order to detect patterns...Read more

Cardiology Management


2023 26 May

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman has stated that OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPT, might consider leaving Europe if it is unable to comply with the upcoming artificial intelligence (AI) regulations set by the European Union (EU). The EU is currently working on developing the first comprehensive set of rules to govern AI globally. One aspect of the draft regulations...Read more

IT Management


2023 12 Apr

A recent Cornell University-led study suggested that if AI tools can counsel a physician like a colleague – pointing out relevant research that supports the decision – then doctors will be at an advantage to better weigh the merits of the recommendation.    AI researchers have helped doctors evaluate suggestions from AI powered tools by explaining...Read more

IT Management


2019 03 Sep

Artificial intelligence is behind the development of innovative tools that are increasingly used in healthcare, including health chatbots and virtual assistants. Some hospitals have already deployed chatbots to help patients schedule appointments with their doctors. There are also chatbots that assist patients in learning to cope with some chronic conditions. ...Read more

IMAGING Management


2019 07 May

Identifying women at risk for breast cancer is a critical component of effective early disease detection . Available models that use factors such as family history and genetics are inadequate in predicting an individual woman's likelihood of being diagnosed with the disease. Researchers from two major institutions have developed a new...Read more

IT Management


2017 17 Oct

Amidst growing popularity of artificial intelligence-based technology in healthcare, two experts share insights that are valuable particularly for hospitals planning to purchase AI tools. Their advice: Know that AI and machine learning are augmentative tools, understand that size matters among data sets, real-world applicability is a must, and the...Read more