The AI Health Frontier is an online newsletter on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the field of healthcare, with a special emphasis on its use in the developing countries.
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In this issue, the NY Times covers how AI can assist physicians, we see how AI can help radiologists prioritize X-rays, and how AI can help the CDC track Influenza. →
Artificial intelligence shows potential for triaging X-rays, can effectively diagnose several rare genetic disorders and detect PTSD in patients. →
Nvidia uses AI to generate ‘fake faces’ indistinguishable from real faces, artificial intelligence helps to diagnose epilepsy and more in this issue. →
AI is tackling diabetic retinopathy in India, helping to detect cancers in China, but its rapid development also raises some ethical questions. →
Artificial intelligence helps to predict drug side effects, predict the onset of Alzheimer’s and help set the right drug dose in cancer treatments. →
Teens in Africa are predicting breast cancer using AI and 19-year olds in Ethiopia are pioneering its AI industry. This and more in Issue #3. →
AI can be used to predict cognitive decline leading to Alzheimer’s disease, find people at risk of psychosis and depressions and more in Issue #2. →
Artificial intelligence predicts patient survival from pathology images in lung cancer, an AI test can detect early signs of dementia and more in Issue #1. →