The state of artificial intelligence in medicine

What does AI mean for the future of health care? Stanford Medicine first began exploring artificial intelligence in medicine in the 1980s; today, we are witnessing a renaissance in AI research. To help make sense of this transformation and separate marketing hype from reality, Dean Lloyd Minor, MD, recently joined colleagues Jeanne Shen, MD, assistant professor of pathology; Matthew Lungren, MD, assistant professor of radiology; and Nigam Shah, PhD, associate professor of biomedical informatics, for a discussion around the impact of AI in health care. The group discussed everything from physician job security to AI’s potential to increase inequality in health care.

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Author: Neurologica

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