The AI research aims to predict medical outcomes rather than focusing on diagnosing diseases, in such a way that doctors are not trained to do, by incorporating large volumes of data and detecting subtle patterns.
I feel like this is an important first step into moving towards a system more able to focus on preventative health care if these computer systems can accurately pinpoint large risks for individuals farther in advance.
Great point! This is especially true if you can measure progress inexpensively and conveniently. I think people feel powerless to know what type of changes they need to make because of sometimes conflicting messages. If you can try something out (maybe a new exercise routine or diet) and then see those effects boiled down to some sort of hard assessment, it would be very helpful to reinforce productive healthful behaviors.
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