HIMSS Conference Shows AI Making Headway in Health Care Industry

AI was on the scene in Las Vegas at this year’s HIMSS 2018 Conference. Despite early struggles, the technology is making a tangible impact on health care, showing up in surprising applications. Voice-enabled assistance for the hearing impaired and a prescription medication reader to help the vision impaired are two uses in the disabled community. Even a smartwatch app that monitors behavior in an anti-smoking product is now available. The possibilities seem near endless, and new, life-changing applications are being developed every day.

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