A research team at Imperial College London and the Medical Research Council has finally been able to use Artificial intelligence to forecast outcomes for heart patients, aiding doctors to find the best treatment for individual patients. The technology outperformed doctors, being able to correctly predict a patient’s diagnosis 75% of the time. It is hoped that the new technology will assist doctors to spot clinically useful information from heart scans that would be missed by a human eye enabling them to take an action at the earlier stage.
Only a few technologies in the world are hotter than Artificial Intelligence in recent times. It has been the cause of the technological breakthroughs in past several years-from robots to Tesla(TSLA). With the advancement of the same and several agencies and firms taking huge interest in Artificial intelligence, it is expected to watch out for self-driving cars ; self-automated health care equipment’s; robots that can actually make coffee, watch TV or something along these lines , and much more in the very future. Sanja Fidler, assistant professor of computer science at university of Toronto says, ”Toronto is going to be the next Silicon Valley”.