Healthcare AI watchers would be unwise to overlook dermatology, as it is a medical specialty “at the precipice of an artificial intelligence revolution.”
Forbes has selected 50 AI startups from 400 or so entrants as America’s “most promising” AI companies. Seven of the 50 are in healthcare.
Hospitals throughout India have started using humanoid robots to assist with the treatment of COVID-19 patients—and it’s making a big impact.
AI-powered chatbots aren’t human. However, in a way, they’re still persons. One that would like to be your always-available talk therapist says so.
As researchers have turned to AI for battling COVID-19, raising hopes and making headlines, the shortcomings of the studies have drawn the ire of numerous statistics experts.
The company, Nevada-based A-Medicare, is the brainchild of Italy-born actor, filmmaker and entrepreneur Enzo Zelocchi.
Researchers have developed a new AI model that could be a game-changer in the treatment of blindness and vision loss.