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Saturday, April 21, 2018

Seven Artificial Intelligence Advances Expected This Year | Technology - Forbes

"Artificial intelligence (AI) has had a variety of targeted uses in the past several years, including self-driving cars" continues Forbes Technology Council.

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Recently, California changed the law that required driverless cars to have a safety driver. Now that AI is getting better and able to work more independently, what's next?
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We asked seven technology experts from the Forbes Technology Council their thoughts on the advances and implementations in AI that they expect to see in the year ahead. All the responses touched on how AI can help humans now, instead of much further down the road. This is what they had to say.

1. Improved Patient Health Outcomes 

I expect that we will see an increased focus on improving health outcomes utilizing artificial intelligence. Patients are producing significant amounts of health data with mobile devices and connected wearables. Providers are using electronic health records generating enormous amounts of information. Applying artificial intelligence will utilize information from patients and providers to actively identify health conditions that may not have been detected until later. - Meghann Chilcott, OrderInsite, LLC
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