Deep Medicine: How Artificial Intelligence Can Make Healthcare Human Again




      Deep Medicine: How Artificial Intelligence Can Make Healthcare Human Again
One of America s top doctors reveals how AI will empower physicians and revolutionize patient care Read Deep Medicine: How Artificial Intelligence Can Make Healthcare Human Again – heartforum.co.uk

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  • 400 pages
  • Deep Medicine: How Artificial Intelligence Can Make Healthcare Human Again
  • Eric Topol
  • 16 April 2017

10 thoughts on “ Deep Medicine: How Artificial Intelligence Can Make Healthcare Human Again

  1. Manzoor Elahi says:

    Critics hailed Big Data A Revolution That Will Transform How We Live, Work, and Think as a vision of future for big data But a lot of it turned out to be hype I see the same hubris in health care AI Take IBM Watson for example, IBM Watson still hasn t delivered much in health care We have seen the mess created by move fast and break things philosophy The way I see it, Deep medicine might be the move fast and break things in health care.Certainl Critics hailed Big Data A Revolution That Will Transform How We Live, Work, and Think as a vision of future for big data But a lot of it turned out to be hype I see the same hubris in health care AI Take IBM Watson for example, IBM Watson still hasn t delivered much in health care We have seen the mess created by move fast and break things philosophy The way I see it, Deep medicine might be the move fast and break things in health care.Certainly Artificial Intelligence will provide a helping hand in health care Take diabetic retinopathy, the number one global cause of vision loss If all the recommended screening of people with diabetes was performed, there would be well over 30 million retinal images per year that would need to be evaluated Clearly, this sounds like a job for deep learning.I was mesmerized when I read this line with the Ai...

  2. Sharon says:

    Well researched, eye opening and fascinating AI is the future of medicine and I think we need to embrace it and make sure that patients get the most out of it.

  3. Michael Halcon says:

    A very up to date and well researched book on the world of AI and its application in medicine.For someone with little knowledge about AI like myself, it gives a quick overview of AI, in what sectors AI tools are being used, and then proceeds to talk about its application within different branches of medicine, but also within other related areas such as drug discovery, omics and mental health.At the same time he also touches on issues of empathy in medicine and the patient doctor relationship A very up to date and well researched book on the world of AI and its application in medicine.For someone with little knowledge about AI like myself, it gives a quick overview of AI, in what sectors AI tools are being used, and then proceeds to talk about its application within different branches of medicine, but also within other rel...

  4. Alina says:

    One way to describe modern medicine is shallow This book explores how AI would actually deepen in and how we should not be afraid of what it can bring to the table.

  5. Kristen (BeyondSecretPages) says:

    Well, that was certainly an informative and insightful book about the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare However, I do admit that I skimmed some parts of it because I was mainly just looking for the applications For me, I did have prior knowledge about how AI works and some of its applications in medicine, but the author really does a good job in presenting some really cool uses that are being currently developed or will be in the future I really thank the author for compiling all Well, that was certainly an informative and insightful book about the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare However, I do admit that I skimmed some parts of it because I was mainly just looking for the applications For me, I did have prior knowledge about how AI works and some of its applications in medicine, but the author really does a good job in presenting some really cool uses that are being currently developed or will be in the future I really thank the author for compiling all this information into one book, too Eric Topol s argument other than talking about AI itself is that AI will make healthcare human...

  6. Peter Tillman says:

    Nice review at Science magazine Eric Topol is optimistic about the future of health care In Deep Medicine, he anticipates that new machine learning technologies will improve the precision and accuracy of disease diagnosis, thus providing a better way to identify the best therapies He hopes that the time freed up by these approaches will be devoted to reviving humane medical practices The great contribution of this book is that Topol Nice review at Science magazine Eric Topol is optimistic about the future of health care In Deep Medicine, he anticipates that new machine learning technologies will improve the precision and accuracy of disease diagnosis, thus providing a ...

  7. Nick says:

    I appreciate that the author opens up with an example of how AI can be a bad thing in healthcare It sets the stage for the delicate balance that needs to be considered in this field Certainly we can t just use computers for cold, sterile diagnoses Rather, doctors need to spend their time on the patient and augment their medical knowledge with software while improving...

  8. Asya Igmen says:

    Deeply informative Topol provides a compelling case for deep medicine and a comprehensive review of how AI has and will continue to impact health care The examples he shares are concrete, which helps simplify an immensely complex topic I found it particularly refreshing to read a realistic interpretation of both the opportunity and threat AI poses aka Topol does a great job disproving oft cited alarmist claims It s a must for any lay reader working in the health industry not sure it s Deeply informative Topol provides a compelling case for deep medicine and a comprehensive review of how AI has and will continue to impact health care The examples he shares are concrete, which helps simplify an immensely complex topic I found it particularly refreshing to read a realistic interpretation of both the opportunity and threat AI poses aka Topol does a great job disproving oft cited alarmist claims It s a must for any lay reader working in the health industry not sure it s a must for those who aren t in that line of work Though the book does have some international references, it is focused on the broken health care system in the US almost to a fault Topol has a fascinating understanding of health care in the UK and Europe from his extensi...

  9. Noelle says:

    For all the discussion in this book of technology, AI and machine learning, the big takeaway for me from Deep Medicine is the promise AI holds to cure what ails modern medical practice Right now burnout is rampant among physicians, they have lit...

  10. Steve says:

    Eric Topol is always interesting be it a book, an interview, a podcast or on Twitter On Twitter to me he wins the MVT award for most valuable tweeter.This is I believe the third book of his that I ve read I am not a novice to AI ML and I lecture on these topics This is a very thorough book Almost every page is filled with information worth checking out even further It covers the current state of AI in medicine thoroughly From journal articles to companies carrying out the efforts I can t s Eric Topol is always interesting be it a book, an interview, a podcast or on Twitter On Twitter to me he wins the MVT award for most valuable tweeter.This is I believe the third book of his that I ve read I am not a novice to AI ML and I lecture on these topics This is a very thorough book Almost every page is filled with information worth checking out even further It covers the current state of AI in medicine thoroughly From journal articles to companies carrying out the efforts I can t see that there are omissions Visions of the future are usually speculative The vision of a speech recognition system assisting in writing a chart to help ease the burden of EHR is something I ve lectured to biomedical engineering students for several years Some day will likely happen.He speaks of AI ML as being an assist to the medical field rather than a replacement This is starting to happen and should be in practiceandbefore long The systems as assistant and not a...

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