Artificial Intelligence, Healthcare & The Fourth Industrial Revolution | The Huffington Post
We stand on the brink of the’ Fourth Industrial Revolution’, a technological revolution that will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another. AI will be seamlessly integrated into the healthcare fabric and has ability to transform how we look at wellbeing unlike anything humankind has experienced before.
Patients can now respond to doctors by thinking.
Brain-computer interface enables completely locked-in patients to communicate for the first time | KurzweilAI
NIRS/EEG brain computer interface system applied to a model (credit: Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering) Four advanced ALS (amyotrophic lateral
Marita Cheng on robots’ potential in hospitals, eldercare and in disability care.
This robot may have just ruined your sick day
This will probably be very common going forward. The technology will give us hints every day, so we can navigate the world better.
MIT CSAIL Made a Wearable That Knows How a Conversation’s Going | WIRED
A new neural network identified cases of congenital cataracts, the location of cataracts, and suggested treatment with very high accuracy for being an artificial intelligence.
Computer Diagnoses Cataracts as Well as Eye Doctors Can | News | Communications of the ACM
Scientists at Sun Yat-Sen University in China are using a new artificial neural network to recognize and diagnose congenital cataracts as accurately as eye doctors.
A robotic sleeve that keeps hearts pumping. How long will we live with mechanical hearts?
Soft Robots Can Keep a Pig’s Heart Pumping. Humans Are Next | WIRED
Usually media only talks about IBM, Google, Microsoft, Tesla and others. Here are other companies that are making a difference.
The AI 100: Artificial Intelligence Startups That You Better Know
Interesting to learn more about how artificial intelligence can support medical doctors in finding the right treatments.
Artificial Intelligence For Healthcare Is Booming | The Huffington Post
Doctors have less time for their patients, which creates an opening for artificial intelligence.
Patients are about to see a new doctor: artificial intelligence | VentureBeat | AI | by Alston Ghafourifar, Entefy
The World Health Organization has estimated that there is a global shortfall of approximately 4.3 million doctors and nurses, with poorer countries disproportionately impacted. In the U.S., these shor