Why privacy is not a reason to slow down AI in medicine
Stanford Cloud Computing lecturer, Timothy Chou and privacy lawyer Mirena Taskova present the most common misconceptions concerning privacy. Take the quiz. But be warned, the answers will surprise you!
AI in medicine, particular in pediatric medicine, holds much promise in taking scarce human expertise and making it available throughout rural America and to the rest of the world. Because let’s not forget, Rwanda has just one pediatric cardiologist in the entire country.
In 2015, neural network technology succeeded in building computer algorithms which were better than humans at image…
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