AI: Not what you think

AI isn’t what you think. In 2017, it may still be a sophisticated form of computing, but it’s already making substantial impacts on healthcare—like shaving a million minutes in wait time at a single hospital, surfacing high-risk imaging results to radiologists quickly, and monitoring disease outbreaks. Here’s what six execs expect from AI moving forward.


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