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Augmented Intelligence is the New “AI”
Now, healthcare (and other) technology leaders are stepping away from “artificial intelligence” and toward a new term – “augmented intelligence.” Augmented intelligence – which I’ll be referring to as “AI” here – captures the same sort of cutting-edge technology use in healthcare that we’ve already seen from artificial intelligence applications.
This setback has led many healthcare leaders to further distance new “augmented intelligence” software from the existing perception of “artificial intelligence.” Even the American Medical Association (AMA) is making the shift, stating that “augmented intelligence” more accurately represents the role these new technologies play.
These systems filter medical information, patient data, and inferencing processes to present clinicians with actionable information for improving care delivery.
Though admittedly an unlikely scenario, researchers have expressed concern that hackers could tamper with digital radiology scans and “trick” an AI into flagging a patient for lung cancer.
Of course, clinicians would review these flagged patients accordingly—offering specialist referrals and follow-up tests, as needed— but researchers still suggest that developers become aware of potential threats like these.
This could mean social determinants of health are overlooked when programming diagnostic tools, or that innate biases accidentally exacerbate existing health disparities.
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Machine Learning in Cardiovascular Medicine
Technological Advances within Digital Medicine2.
An Overview of Artificial Intelligence: Basics and State-of-the-art Algorithms3.
Machine Learning for Predictive Analytics4.
Deep Learning for Biomedical Applications5.
Generalized Adversarial Networks (GANs)6.
Natural Language Processing7.
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