With AI networks' ability to self-train, there's a considerable chance that their performance will improve significantly in the near future. Another fascinating application of AI and the Internet of Medical Things is in consumer health apps.
In the world of medicine, new technologies are always being introduced to help diagnose and treat patients. Recent innovations in surgical robotics have helped surgeons improve outcomes by decreasing blood loss, controlling bleeding, and decreasing rates of infection.
Algorithms are protected, and patient care is improved, thanks to AI technology. New artificial intelligence strategies are being developed by researchers to protect algorithms against flaws and improve patient care.
Edge computing is reshaping health care by bringing big data processing and storage closer to the source, to support game-changing technologies such as the internet of things, artificial intelligence, and robotics. Read more:
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