Your Next Doctor Might be an AI Operating on a Blockchain

One day soon, you might not have to go to a doctor’s office for a visit.  You might be able to take out a device that will give you access to an AI blockchain that includes an AI Doctor who can diagonise you and treat you.

The article I have excerpted from in speculates on the possibility of an AI doctor at the exam room, but really, the exam room AI doctor is only the beginning.

Your Future Doctor May Not be Human. This Is the Rise of AI in Medicine.

A new kind of doctor has entered the exam room, but doesn’t have a name. In fact, these doctors don’t even have faces. Artificial intelligence has made its way into hospitals around the world. Those wary of a robot takeover have nothing to fear; the introduction of AI into health care is not necessarily about pitting human minds against machines. AI is in the exam room to expand, sharpen, and at times ease the mind of the physician so that doctors are able to do the same for their patients.

Bertalan Meskó, known better as The Medical Futurist, has called artificial intelligence the “the stethoscope of the 21st century.” His assessment may prove to be even more accurate than he expected. While various techniques and tests give them all the information they need to diagnose and treat patients, physicians are already overburdened with clinical and administrative responsibilities, and sorting through the massive amount of available information is a daunting, if not impossible, task.

That’s where having the 21st century stethoscope could make all the difference.

The applications for AI in medicine go beyond administrative drudge work, though. From powerful diagnostic algorithms to finely-tuned surgical robots, the technology is making its presence known across medical disciplines. Clearly, AI has a place in medicine; what we don’t know yet is its value.

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