Contribution of artificial intelligence in medicine


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One of the areas of science that I admire the most is medicine because the simple fact that human lives can be saved requires all my attention and respect, that is why if there is any doctor or any professional linked to medicine I want him to receive my respects and admiration and my greatest congratulations.

It is simply clear to know that at present artificial intelligence and robotics are bringing important benefits to humanity in different branches such as science, engineering and even in the most common of our day to day, however due to the difficult times we are living caused by the sars-cov 2 pandemic that has caused this disease that has stolen the lives of thousands of people in the world as it is the covid-19, it would be very important to know and evaluate the new contributions of artificial intelligence and robotics in medicine, for this case the contribution that I bring in this post is related to artificial intelligence applied to medical laboratories.

Human work is an incomparable work, that is to say, human capabilities dedicated to work are irreplaceable from my point of view, however there are times when a help is not superfluous, especially when you are in contingency, which is why the main objective of artificial intelligence in medicine is to strengthen the work done in the area of medicine, especially in the one done in laboratories.

There is a tendency to make mistakes in laboratory samples, but perhaps with the use of robotic arms and other automated systems that can work more quickly and accurately and thus improve the processes of evaluation of blood tests that are performed daily in laboratories.

It would all be a matter of evaluating the results and analyzing the solutions that may be forthcoming in the use of artificial intelligence and robotics in the analysis and collection of samples in medical laboratories.


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hello @sandracarrascal,
I believe that AI will have more relevance in genetic manipulation and the search for cures to diseases as it can run thousands of experiments to find the cure to a given disease, it is not surprising that in a few years the life expectancy of human beings will exceed 100 years due to AI.

Humans and robots might make mistakes and that's normal but since robots that are well designed can make way fewer mistakes, it can be a very efficient helper for humans in general, and as for doctors and people who work in the medical field it really make things easier for them in variety of ways, and for me, I'm looking forward to graduating and officially be a doctor to be able to make good use of the technology that is available for the medical field.

Nice read!

Hello @sandracarrascal artificial intelligence gives machines the ability to "reason and learn". Two capabilities that are of great use in clinical diagnosis. For example, a computer program can analyze a photo of a skin blemish and compare it with its database to establish the probability that it is melanoma. Similar applications are being developed for many other diseases, although for the time being AI complements and strengthens the diagnosis of physicians.

I don't know what to think about Robots nowadays, artificial intelligence is certainly an excellent invention and advance, but we must take into account how far we can allow them to do our tasks, sometimes I think that this would be like taking away everything we should do as humans. Thanks for sharing, good post.

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