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Why AI isn’t changing health care faster

Why AI isn’t changing health care faster

With help from Derek Robertson

Artificial intelligence was supposed to revolutionize human healthtaking notes for doctors as they work, reviewing medical imaging and even drawing blood from patients. It attracts billions of dollars in venture funding a year.

Geoffrey Hinton, a famous computer and cognitive scientist who pioneered a system of machine learning that mimics how human brains work, boldly suggested at a machine learning conference that “people should stop training radiologists now. It’s just completely obvious that, within five years, deep learning is going to do better.”

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