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5 Ways AI is different in health care

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Health care is one of many sectors poised for AI transformation, but it poses unique challenges, opportunities and considerations

For those of us who have been working closely with artificial intelligence (AI) for many years, it’s a little shocking to suddenly hear “AI” on the tips of everyone’s tongues. Although it may be difficult for the technology to match the current hype, there are many valuable use cases across industries, and that number is sure to grow quickly as the technology improves and organizations begin to experiment with different solutions.

Health care is no exception, but while AI undoubtedly will help clinicians become more efficient and improve patient outcomes, the sector differs from other fields in these important ways.

Arnaud Rosier, M.D., Ph.D, is a cardiac electrophysiologist and founder and CEO of IMPLICITY®.

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