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The Benefits of Artificial Intelligence Technology in the Health Sector

2021-04-29
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DID YOU KNOW? Artificial intelligence (AI) technology has the opportunity to transform the health sector and improve outcomes for patients. AI has already shown tremendous potential in form of diagnostics and imaging, particularly in breast cancer screening and diagnosis of diabetic retinopathy. AI provides more affordable health services to payors and patients by vastly reducing cost and increasing efficiencies.

Read our feature article by Nicolas Marchi for more information! 
https://www.tsmj.ie/index.php/tsmj/article/view/1767

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Vol. 20 No. 1 (2019): Trinity Student Medical Journal

About This Issue: We are pleased to present you with the twentieth edition of the Trinity Student Medical Journal. The topics are varied, thought-provoking and are produced by the talent of the upcoming health scientists, dentists and doctors. We are proud as ever to continue to serve as a platform for student research, student editorial work and student collaboration. Thank you to all our sponsors, supporters, and the School of Medicine for the constant support.

Published: 2019-11-04

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