artificial intelligence

Cigna uses artificial intelligence to sift through big data 'noise'Successfully separating the signal from the noise, especially in healthcare, can be a tremendous value creator.
Five healthcare technologies likely to be developed in the next 10 yearsIn the next decade, many of the concepts aiming to streamline the healthcare industry could be reality.
How artificial intelligence may transform optometry
How artificial intelligence may transform optometryArtificial intelligence (AI) is evolving around us. Thomas A. Wong, OD, looks at how AI has impacted our world and how it is set to impact patient treatment in optometry.
The artificial brain as doctor
The artificial brain as doctorNeural networks do pattern recognition just as a dermatologist would learn patterns and visual data. Computer accuracy rivals that of humans for classifying skin cancer. Deep neural networks and artificial intelligence may have a growing role in practice.
Artificial intelligence and the quest for antiagingAntiaging and other areas of health and wellness are among the targets of the fast-growing AI industry, which could be a game changer in nearly every aspect of human existence.
Kyocera develops image recognition technology for skin disease identificationKyocera Communication Systems, a subsidiary of Kyocera, is teaming with the University of Tsukuba to created artificial intelligence (AI)-based technology that could identify skin cancers and other skin diseases.
Cognitive computing shakes up healthcare: What execs need to know
Cognitive computing shakes up healthcare: What execs need to knowThe concepts that power cognitive computing and AI have grown to include substantial healthcare advancements.
Eight data analytics terms every healthcare executive should knowWith so much going on in health IT, it can be difficult to keep track of all the buzzwords. Here’s your quick and easy guide.
Artificial intelligence will bring ‘reality’ to glaucoma diagnosisRobert Chang, MD, outlines how artificial intelligence might work in glaucoma.
The future of cataract surgeryAs the most common procedure performed by the ophthalmic surgeon, in 2014, 4.3 million cataract operations took place in the European Union Member States. It is estimated that more than 23 million procedures will be performed worldwide in 2016.