IBM AI system Watson to diagnose rare diseases in Germany

IBM AI system Watson to diagnose rare diseases in Germany
 

IBM's artificial intelligence platform Watson will work with doctors in Germany attempting to solve some complex medical cases.
It will be based at the Undiagnosed and Rare Diseases Centre at the University Hospital in Marburg.
So far, Watson has looked at half a dozen cases, but it is unclear how many it has correctly diagnosed.
AI systems are increasingly being used in healthcare, with Google's DeepMind partnering several UK hospitals.
The Watson partnership, with private hospital group Rhon-Klinkum AG, will be piloted from the end of the year.
Since it opened in 2013, University Hospital... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 55
Source: BBC
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