Artificial intelligence is poised to revolutionize every aspect of our lives, but its most disruptive application could be to our health care system.
That’s according to an MIT study released Wednesday.
The paper, “Artificial Intelligence and Health Care: How to Limit the Impact,” argues that the current state of AI is already changing the way health care providers treat patients.
But while this is happening, there’s a lot more to consider.
Read more… “Artificially intelligent systems, such as artificial intelligence, are poised to change the way we care for people in our society, affecting everything from the quality of health care to the delivery of basic health care,” lead author and postdoctoral fellow Andrew Ng wrote.
“AI is already influencing health care, from its potential for diagnosing and treating disease to its ability to identify the right care at the right time.
And the technology is poised, in the next few years, to change how health care is delivered and delivered by health care systems.”
This is an exciting time in health care.
Ng, a professor in the Department of Computer Science at MIT, published his research in the journal Nature, where he is the paper’s senior author. “
In a world of AI-driven health care solutions, the challenge of addressing AI’s impact on the health care delivery system is a significant one.”
Ng, a professor in the Department of Computer Science at MIT, published his research in the journal Nature, where he is the paper’s senior author.
In a press release announcing the paper, Ng described the research as a challenge for AI-enabled health care: “In order to deliver the quality and quality-adjusted care to all patients, AI will need to be able to understand human responses and adapt to them, or it will become a major challenge in health systems.
AI is likely to become the biggest problem of our time.”
In other words, AI is potentially transforming health care services and healthcare delivery.
How it will affect your health care?
“Articially intelligent health care will have a major impact on how health systems are delivered,” the paper says.
“We will have to change our delivery systems to make them more efficient and flexible.”
That means health care plans should be able change how they deliver care to meet the needs of AI systems.
“As AI advances, it is possible that it could be possible to have AI systems, in response to human decisions, tailor their care to be tailored to the patient’s needs,” Ng explained.
“For example, AI could be able predict the patient to see the doctor as soon as possible or even within a few hours, so that the health system is able to meet patients’ needs as quickly as possible.”
A recent study from Stanford University found that AI systems were able to identify patients more accurately than humans.
However, the study also found that this is not the only AI-based technology that could improve care.
“A new generation of AI and robotics systems, including those using neural networks, are likely to be the most disruptive, and will likely be especially disruptive to the health delivery system,” the researchers wrote.
While the paper focuses on AI-focused health care applications, Ng also noted that the potential impact of AI on health care could extend beyond the AI industry.
“The potential impact on health will be greater in the broader health care sector because AI is changing our delivery of health services, and we are likely already in the midst of an important change in the way the health sector is designed and operated,” he said.