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Stanford researchers: Artificial intelligence is ripe for healthcare

246ab5dbfee45211a603f49064bdfff3When it comes to artificial intelligence, forget the scary movies about rebellious robots or the dire warnings of a dystopian world of disconnected humanity imagined by some popular writers. AI promises, rather, to change our lives in profound ways we are just beginning to experience, according to a ground-breaking survey produced by Stanford University.

Stanford is taking the long view of AI, with a project called One Hundred Study on Artificial Intelligence (AI100). The study, written by a panel of AI experts from multiple fields including healthcare, will continue as an ongoing activity, with periodic reports examining how AI will touch different aspects of daily life.

The first of those reports, “Artificial Intelligence and Life in 2030,” looks into the effects that AI advancements will have on a typical North American city a little more than a decade from now.

By Jack McCarthy | Healthcare IT News

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