AI in healthcare and wearables are buzzy words in the sector, but not all patients are on board with injecting biometric monitoring devices (BMDs) into their daily lives. And that non-acceptance could prove problematic for the future of these devices and other AI-based tools, according to a recent study from French researchers with Université Paris Descartes.
The diagnosis and treatment of a gut disease that can cause permanent damage in children can be sped up by the application of machine learning, according to researchers from the University of Virginia schools of Engineering and Medicine.
Deep learning could help catch drug dealers who use social media to connect with customers, according to a study conducted at UC-San Diego and published June 14 in the Journal of Medical Internet Research.
AI is aiding in the diagnosis of several diseases and health risks, and researchers have recently found that machine learning can help predict the onset of psychosis, a debilitating mental disorder that can compromise an individual’s psychology and their ability to think and feel.
Diagnosing coronary artery disease, the most common type of heart disease in the U.S., can be improved by AI, according to a new, multicenter international study published in The Journal of Nuclear Medicine.