Development of artificial intelligence in modern medicine

April 14, 2023
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The article provides an overview of the current state and development of artificial intelligence in the medical industry, existing implementations, and shows the need for implementation in medical institutions.

Aim: to research and highlight the current development of artificial intelligence in healthcare.

Results. The historical aspects, the current state of the development of artificial intelligence, its methods and tools in various fields of medicine, namely cardiology, orthopedics, ophthalmology, and laboratory diagnostics, are considered.

Conclusion. The article shows the relevance of introducing artificial intelligence into the healthcare sector to improve the accuracy of diagnosis, correct treatment and quality of patient care, as well as reduce the workload of medical specialists.


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