Bringing Artificial Intelligence to Clinical Care

Bringing Artificial Intelligence to Clinical Care

Contributing Lab Leader

Ed Hammond

Ed Hammond, PhD,

Director of the Duke Center for Health Informatics

Duke University

 

Artificial intelligence holds huge promise to improve clinical care. It will improve our ability to find new knowledge that's buried in our data, anticipate crises and plan appropriate interventions, and help prevent medical errors.


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