Make room, stethoscope and otoscope. Artificial intelligence (AI) applications are increasingly among the physician's standard instruments, experts at the University of Toronto say.
“With electronic records, you can use text algorithms to read a patient’s history, review their genetic predispositions, and correlate the information to make predictions,” says Dr. Frank Rudzicz.
Rudicz is one of six experts exploring the issues of privacy, accuracy and accountability at The Robot Will See You Now – the Revolution in Artificial Intelligence and Medicine at U of T on April 5. Professors Michael Brudno and Graeme Hirst will also participate.
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