Recruiting within Data Science and having a partner who is a Surgeon got me thinking about the advances in medicine, and after a lengthy discussion I thought I’d share some of my learnings.
There is no doubt that advancement in science and technology has affected every aspect of human endeavor. Processes and procedures are being replaced with software, apps and the likes at different levels and medical practice is not left out.
It is believed that we are in a sort of revolution that is characterised by new technologies that are fusing the physical, digital and biological worlds, these have, in turn, impacted all disciplines, economies, and industries. And it is most certain that one of the major catalysts for the revolution in the medical practice is going to be artificial intelligence.
Years back, who would have imagined the use of artificial intelligence in the medical field? But today, it’s a different ball game as artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms are showing promises in performing medical procedures.
For example, Artificial Intelligence (AI) have been able to diagnose the presence or absence of tuberculosis (TB) in chest x-ray images with amazing accuracy. This feat was possible because researchers first “trained” the AIs with hundreds of x-ray …