- February 11, 2019
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Here are five recent studies and projects with implications for artificial intelligence in healthcare, as covered by Becker’s Hospital Review:
AI development- 1. Northwell Health adds AI for readmissions to its EMR
New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health is integrating AI software into its EMR at 15 hospitals in an attempt to decrease avoidable readmissions.
- New algorithm from MIT might be able to ‘de-bias’ AI: 3 notes
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s computer science and AI laboratory in Cambridge are working to create an AI algorithm that can “de-bias” other AI systems.
- Researchers are using a Pictionary-style game to teach AI ‘common sense’: 4 notes
Researchers from the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence — a Seattle-based research institute funded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen — created a Pictionary-style game to teach AI “common sense.”
- Machine-learning tool predicts prostate cancer severity
A research team has created a new machine-learning framework that distinguishes between low- and high-risk prostate cancer.
- Physician viewpoint: AI could make economic, racial biases ‘automated and invisible’
Although AI is being promoted as a way to diagnose patient conditions and predict patients’ risk of being admitted to an intensive care unit, the use of AI in medicine could worsen health disparities, Dhruv Khullar, MD, a physician at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital in New York City, argued in an op-ed.
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