The use of artificial intelligence in medicine is growing rapidlyAI & Surroundings

Everyday use of artificial intelligence for health diagnosis could still be years away, but the field is robust right now.

“We still have a lot of unknowns in terms of generalizing and validation of these systems before we can start using them as standard of care,” Dr. Matthew Hanna, a pathologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City, told United Press International earlier this month.

On the one hand, this is not surprising: The history of artificial intelligence (AI) is a history of overcommitment and underdelivery in real-world “production” environments.

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