Dr A.I…the future of Medicine? – Mick Raven
The AI will see you now: ChatGPT provides higher quality answers and is more empathetic than a real doctor, study finds
ChatGPT provides higher quality and more empathetic answers than real doctors 80% of the time
AI provides higher quality answers and is more empathetic than real doctors, a study suggests.
A study by the University of California San Diego compared written replies from doctors and those from ChatGPT to real-world health queries to see which came out on top.
A panel of healthcare professionals preferred ChatGPT’s responses 79 percent of the time and rated them higher quality in terms of the information provided and more understanding. The panel did not know which was which.
Promising new AI can detect early signs of lung cancer that doctors can’t see
April 12, 2023
Researchers in Boston are on the verge of what they say is a major advancement in lung cancer screening:
Artificial intelligence that can detect early signs of the disease years before doctors would find it on a CT scan.
The new AI tool, called Sybil, was developed by scientists at the Mass General Cancer Center and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge.
In one study, it was shown to accurately predict whether a person will develop lung cancer in the next year 86% to 94% of the time.
How artificial intelligence is being used to detect breast cancer
March 11, 2023
As the era of artificial intelligence, or AI, continues to expand, the groundbreaking technology is now being used as a tool to detect breast cancer.
More and more breast imaging centers across the country are now using a type of AI called computer-assisted detection, or CAD,
to help reduce the number of breast cancer cases that are missed by the traditional mammogram.
How we accidentally made AI sexist and racist
26 Apr 2023
It can write an essay, generate a fake image, help police catch an offender and even detect cancer:
it feels like artificial intelligence, or AI, is taking over everything humans do.
But just like humans, it also has the potential to be incredibly sexist and racist.
Today, an AI expert on what to watch out for, as the computer technology increasingly shapes our day-to-day lives.
Artificial Intelligence News & Videos
6 May 2023
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11 November, 2022
Artificial intelligence detected prostate cancer when Greg had no symptoms
4 May 2021
Brisbane-based urologist Peter Swindle has specialised in prostate cancer for the past 30 years
and has been heavily involved in developing artificial intelligence technology that’s revolutionised the way doctors test for the disease.
Dr Swindle said the technology was combined with a simple blood test for prostate specific antigen (PSA),
to find out what a patient’s risk of the disease is.
Artificial intelligence could be the key to better skin cancer detection in North Queensland
10 Dec 2020
The North Queensland clinic has just started using AI software as part of its routine skin checks.
Using a machine not much larger than a common computer, the machine takes full-body photos of a patient’s skin,
then sends the high-resolution photos to a database.
AI algorithms then crunch the data from the images to analyse the risk of any skin spots being malignant.
“This will go an incredibly long way to our goal, which is we want no-one to die from melanoma,” said Dr Hudson.
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