Former Google China President Kai-Fu Lee believes the rise of AI “will come in waves,” he told FOX Business. Lee said healthcare is one of the industries that will benefit the most from AI. 

Health insurance provider Humana is hoping to utilize AI technologies as it works to advance its integrated care delivery model with digital tools, Heather Cox, the company’s chief digital health and analytics officer, said during the HIMSS conference on Feb. 12 in Orlando.

California-based Pr3vent Inc., an AI healthcare company, closed its Series A financing, spearheaded by venture capital firm InFocus Capital Partners. 

Though AI’s wide implementation into healthcare is still in its beginning stages, a Seattle-based health system recently showcased how it’s using the technology to alleviate physician burnout and improve health outcomes at the HIMSS conference in Orlando.

Researchers at the University of Lethbridge used AI to analyze blood biochemistry in smokers—and found smoking makes people biologically older. Results of the study were published in Scientific Reports.

A new framework combining machine learning and radiomics will help distinguish between low- and high-risk prostate cancer, according to new research published in Scientific Reports.

President Trump will sign an executive order as part of the American AI Initiative to drive both the development and the regulations of AI, according to a report by The New York Times.