How AI will change the focus of medicine
"We're using AI and machine learning to look backwards and analyze significant amounts of retrospectively collected clinical data and prospectively collected clinical and digital data, to try and identify the relevant digitally collected endpoints that relate to clinical outcomes and disease progression. We're using AI because of the enormity of the data, to allow us to analyze the data critically, to identify patterns within the data, and enable us to build algorithmic models to detect neurodegenerative disease fingerprints in individuals at a much earlier stage than we do today."
– Carol Routledge, Alzheimer's Research UK
The potential of AI is undeniable in health and healthcare, and AI has been driving many of the innovations to help individuals and communities cope with the COVID-19 pandemic—for example, there has been a rapid rise in technologies to enable remote consultations...