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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.056.259 von Popeye82 am 18.02.18 20:30:47Jo, vermute ich auch. Ich denke mal dass Medtech eine der "Ersten leichteren EInsatzgebiete" ist/wird. Nicht nur, aber z.B. div. Arten "Diagnosenoptimierung", wie ja bspw. schon zu miener Medibio geschrieben. Wenn die "Dämme" da mal brechen, hooooollaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa............................ Ihr Kommentar neulich(müssen "uns Menschen mal langsam Gedanken machen"; oder so) war denke ich schon nicht falsch.

FIRE your doctor


"Your virtual doctor will see you now: AI app as accurate as doctors in 80% of primary care diseases
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Babylon Health, a smartphone app powered by artificial intelligence, is making online diagnoses and has cut waiting times from two weeks to two hours – with the added convenience of remote consultations
By Gary Finnegan
Screenshots of Babylon iPhone app

A smartphone app introduced on a pilot basis in November is mining health data to make online diagnoses and has dramatically reduced the time patients in London wait for a consultation with a general practitioner (GP) by offering 24-hour access to a doctor via a video link.

Babylon Health, the company that developed the app says it means better access to GPs, improving health outcomes and reducing pressure on emergency services. The average waiting time for a virtual GP appointment is just over two hours for patients using its service GP at Hand, compared to a national average of approximately two weeks.

Babylon claims to have the widest reach of any AI diagnostic app. The company has raised more than €48 million to fund development of its system and in addition to a contract with the National Health Service (NHS) to deliver services in London, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is supporting its implementation in Rwanda, in a move designed to illustrate how technology can improve access to healthcare in low income countries.

The company was founded by former investment banker Ali Parsa CEO, who believes artificial intelligence (AI) will become a routine feature of healthcare everywhere. “It will soon be seen as ignorant, negligent and maybe even criminal to diagnose disease without using AI,” said Parsa.

If all patients had access to the Babylon system, outcomes would be less dependent on medical opinion and standards would rise for all, he said.

Show me where it hurts

The Babylon app collects details of a patient’s symptoms, which it then compares with millions of data points from other patients and research papers, to make a diagnosis and offer treatment advice.

Patients can touch an on-screen diagram of the human body to show where they feel pain, rate the severity of symptoms, and explain how long they have felt this way. Using this and the patient’s medical history, the app then suggests anything from an urgent hospital visit to resting at home.

The system can connect patients to a doctor by video if they want to speak to a human expert. Consultations are shorter than a typical visit to the clinic as the doctor is able to access the information patients have given the app, in advance of talking to them.

Where a prescription is needed, this is sent electronically. Medicines can be delivered or collected at a nearby pharmacy.

Individuals can subscribe to the app privately and some insurers provide it to their customers. However, the big breakthrough and most intense scrutiny has come since the NHS began encouraging patients to use the app.

While GP at Hand is still a pilot project linked to a handful of GP surgeries, many see it as the future of care. Charles Alessi, senior advisor at Public Health England, said the system offers a primary care service that, “Helps people stay healthy, as well as looking after them when they are sick”.

GP Howard Freeman said, “GP at Hand is a window onto what the NHS of the future will look like. When NHS GPs embrace Babylon technology to make life better for their patients, the sky is the limit.”

Replacing telephone hotline

In January 2017 the NHS started to roll out a Babylon-based app to patients in eight north London boroughs who might otherwise call the NHS’s 111 telephone helpline, which provides advice and helps to triage patients remotely.

“Forty per cent of patients who use the [Babylon] diagnostic service don’t go to the doctor,” said Parsa. “We also use predictive analytics to calculate the risk of developing disease or complications from diseases such as diabetes. We can help people to stay well.”

As the app continues to sign up thousands of patients per week and replace many tasks performed by doctors, there are questions about its accuracy and the impact on general practice.

Margaret McCartney, GP and a columnist in the British Medical Journal, said more evidence is needed to ensure the safety and accuracy of AI diagnostics.

There have also been accusations of cherry picking. Digital services are popular among younger, healthier people, leaving GPs to handle only older, sicker patients. Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners has said this threatens the viability of general practice.

Babylon also found itself at the centre of controversy last year when it sought to block the release of a 2017 inspection by the UK’s Care Quality Commission (CQC), which found that in some areas the service, “Was not providing safe care in accordance with the relevant regulations.”

This was in contrast to a 2016 CQC report, which praised the service, declaring it safe and effective.

But while the 2017 report was broadly positive, it found fault with Babylon’s policies on sharing patient information with their registered GP and the use of prescribed medicines for conditions outside the terms of a drug’s license.

Babylon issued detailed responses to the report, arguing that the CQC frequently finds fault with digital and innovative health technologies. It noted that the criticisms related only to instances where Babylon was not the main care provider and did not apply to the GP at Hand service where Babylon effectively becomes the patient’s registered doctor.

The company challenged the CQC report in court to protect its reputation but succeeded only in attracting negative attention. Babylon eventually dropped its challenge, agreeing to pay the regulator’s legal costs of £11,000.

Digital disruption

One of the biggest questions raised by the UK’s embrace of digital technologies is what the effect will be on the jobs of healthcare professionals.

According to Babylon, AI is currently good enough to manage 80 per cent of primary care diseases as well as a doctor would. With the speed and accuracy of AI improving exponentially the technology will soon take over even more tasks, particularly in predicting and diagnosing illness, and identifying the best treatment option.

“By the end of the year, we will be an order of magnitude more accurate than any human doctor,” said Parsa. “No human brain can analyse this amount of data.”

But says Parsa, doctors will not be redundant. Rather they will play to their strengths and leave information-based tasks to machines. “We will make our doctors more human, and let computers do the computing,” he said."

AI experts say SOME advances should be kept secret
Crooks, spies, and despots could make nefarious use of AI originally built for good.
The news: Researchers and policymakers published a report, arguing that the proliferation of new AI technology must be kept out of the hands of the maleficent.
Near threats: The report imagines Black Mirror-style futures where AI powers new forms of cybercrime, fake news, political disruption, and even physical attacks.
Now what? The report urges scientists to share AI findings widely only when risks are understood, and suggests some be kept secret. Our Will Knight dives deeper.
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The WA company that’s every brickie’s worst nightmare is set for a defining year. Since its formation the product, a one-armed automatic robot bricklayer, has been slowly kicking goals.

And in 2017 it kicked some bombs between the big sticks. The company penned an MOU with Caterpillar in June, signed a non-binding deal to supply about 100 home-building robots to Saudi Arabia in August and on the back of that share price bump raised $35 million in November.

Just this week it announced the formation of an advisory committee to help it expand and launch a commercial version of its robot. But now it comes to crunch period: locking down contracts and partners, constructing the robot itself and bloody selling the thing.

The commercial bricklaying robot is expected to cost about $2 million when it goes into full production in 2019. But there is one constant in all of this: more people need more homes. Kinda makes sense that a robot would do it.


In dem Artikel wird zugegeben, dass man BRN bzw. KI-Firmen an sich als Normalo wenig verstehen kann...
MEET the first -global- humanoid star

"Sophia, advanced AI-powered global star,
to be keynote speaker at Discovery

Appearing for the first time in Canada as a keynote speaker at the award-winning Discovery conference, Sophia is the latest and most advanced humanoid robot designed by Hong-Kong based Hanson Robotics.

Sophia is impressing audiences with her intelligence and advanced ability to read faces, empathize, understand the nuances of language, and communicate by mimicking 62 different facial expressions.

Sophia just appeared at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, and has been profiled by Forbes, The New York Times and The Guardian. She has also been interviewed by the United Nations Deputy Secretary General and was recently named the first-ever Innovation Champion for Asia and the Pacific by the United Nations Development Programme, where she will promote sustainable development, human rights, and equality.

Sophia will be joined on stage by her creator Dr. David Hanson, a former Disney Imagineer with a mission to create robots that can learn creativity, empathy and compassion. The "dynamic duo" will showcase Sophia's abilities to interact with humans in a profoundly personal way.

Sophia has been described as "an evolving genius machine" and was designed as a platform to demonstrate the benefits of artificial general intelligence (AGI) and service robotics for applications such as customer service, assisting with the elderly, or teaching autistic childre

See Sophia for yourself at Discovery, Canada's premier innovation conference and trade show!

Learn MORE about Sophia

Dr. David Hanson

Sophia is the brainchild of Dr. David Hanson of Hong Kong-based Hanson Robotics, which has built a reputation for creating the world's most human-like robots. A former Disney Imagineer, Dr. Hanson's mission is to create genius machines that are smarter than humans and able to learn creativity, empathy, and compassion.

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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.144.768 von Popeye82 am 28.02.18 14:18:38could you fall in LOVE, with HER????????????????????????(she WANTS to start a family(to make a better world, for ALL of us))

- Sophia - a creation of Hanson Robotics - will champion the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals in Asia and the Pacific, with a focus on innovation. Experts believe that artificial intelligence such as Sophia marks the coming of the fourth industrial revolution and will bring about a dramatic shift in how technology can help solve some of development’s most intractable problems. Sophia’s role was announced at the Responsible Business Forum in Singapore, where she is seen in conversation with Jaco Cilliers, Director and Chief, Regional Policy and Program for Asia and the Pacific, UNDP. The RBF is being co-organized by UNDP and Global Initiatives. The forum is aimed at helping the private sector integrate the SDGs into their business models to help accelerate the achievement of the Global Goals. #RBFSingapore -

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NEW (Soft) Robots Can Sense World, Around Them; Researchers at Harvard University have built soft robots inspired by nature that can crawl, swim, grasp delicate objects and even assist a beating heart, but none of these devices has been able to sense and respond to the world around them.

That's about to CHANGE


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