How Artificial Intelligence Changed the Face of Medicine

Health Nov 29, 2021

The field of medicine is making headway every day. One day a new treatment is discovered, and the other day, some new technology to detect internal body movements is introduced. However, since the introduction of artificial intelligence (AI), a revolution has been seen in the entire structure of medicine in the world.

An Overview of AI

If you see machines or robots working a lot more proficiently than humans, that’s Artificial Intelligence! Making these machines isn’t a joke, but humans have successfully launched tons of them. From detecting problems in the human body to performing surgeries, AI robots are on their way to completely replacing doctors in hospitals. Want to go deeper into why AI is so hyped everywhere?

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Starting From Your Mobile Applications

There are android and IOS apps coming into the market that can detect your sugar levels, blood levels and can even tell when you're supposed to do what! You might have also come across some applications that can detect irregularities or problems in your body and update you about it. Well, that's a start!

Early Stage Detection of Deadly Diseases

There are robots now to detect and overview your body for any deadly diseases. Yes, the doctors are there, but how many doctors can tell if their patient will have cancer in the future or just become prey to some deadly bacteria in the morning? The AI robots definitely can!

Robots Performing Surgeries!

With time, there will only be robots, microprocessors, and chips working in the hospitals instead of doctors. As of today, a considerable number of these Artificial Intelligent robots have already outperformed the doctors in performing surgeries, baby deliveries, heart operations, and whatnot.

The Bottom Line

AI is no harm unless it is used wisely and aptly. Robots will be your friends even if you scream at them. However, with every positive aspect, negativity tags along. AI can be harmful, too, as robots at this stage might not know what to do if a patient breaks down or becomes emotional for his home. But well, let's see what the future holds!


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