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Old 11-04-2019, 10:56 PM
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Hopes for IBM's Watson to provide expert medical diagnosis fades for some

In an April 2019 article at IEEE Spectrum, Eliza Strickland reports on how
after dazzling us at playing "Jeopardy!" IBM's Watson has found oncology
diagnosis a different and tougher problem compared to Natural Language
Processing (NLP), despite IBM having spent US$4 billion attempting to
develop a suite of medical products using the technology.

Story here :-
https://spectrum.ieee.org/biomedical...ai-health-care
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Old 11-04-2019, 11:23 PM
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How can A.I (yet years away) have a "gut feeling, or "suspicion" as humans have, it is not straight forward.

In life there is also "instinct"
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in life there is just PR spin. "ai" has been accurately diagnosing cancers for a long time until the legal money grubbers stepped in and said they want the AI to prove it. now everyones scared and flip flopping. that going to make you happy when you are the one diagnosed? no you cant have treatment until you die and an autopsy can be done to confirm the diagnosis. its nannying that gets in the way of treatments and I bloody well know from true experience not just bs "opinion".

you all forget "AI is just a tool in the toolbox that doctors can use. nothing more. if the doctors are too dumb to rtfm and use the tool properly the patients will suffer but odds are they will suffer anyway too because the guarded way the system protects itself from law suits.
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