While the repercussions of a fully AI-driven world remain a mystery, it is gradually becoming evident that AI could soon be providing us with more accurate solutions for health issues that earlier went undetected.
Though the digital transition in health care remains slow and cautious, in the past five years more than 90 percent of hospitals have transferred from paper-based systems to electronic systems.
Life-threatening risks can be diagnosed at early stages using predictive analysis.
This allows doctors to make prompt decisions and act efficiently on the results to save lives and unnecessary costs.
Interestingly, firms like Google and CareSkore are stepping in to make diagnosis simpler with the aim of shrinking time between tests and treatments.
Last year, it received $4.3 million in funding to drive its concept, which includes informing doctors of patients who are more likely to skip appointments and fail to take medications.