AI in Healthcare
Devarati Bagchi, Rimpa Bhowmick* and Divya Uppala
Department of Computer Sciences, India
*Corresponding Author: Rimpa Bhowmick, Department of Computer Sciences, India.
February 24, 2023; Published: April 12, 2023
AI has been a powerful emerging tool in the recent years creating revolutionary changes in the field of medicine with the usage of electronic health records, role in drug discovery and interactions. The increasing rise in software application in the field of medicine as well as digitalization of data fuel together the progress of development and usage of AI in medicine. AI applications have proven to be efficient in handling the pressing concerns faced by various health organizations.
This review paper discusses basics of AI-acquired algorithms in the predictions, diagnosis, assessment, clinical management of pathogenesis including a spectrum of various cancers.
Keywords: Artificial Intelligence; AI-led Drug Discovery; Patient Care; Machine Learning; Healthcare
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