AI and Health: All Hype? Maybe Not, According to the Evidence

digital health maven dot edu – episode 1:  October 2018

The conventional wisdom about AI in healthcare is that it’s largely hype. While in some respects this is true, there are many organizations producing and publishing efficacy data related to their solutions.

In this lecture Fard Johnmar, podcast host, futurist and researcher, presents a framework you can use to understand and evaluate AI-health-related evidence accurately and efficiently.

The digital health maven dot edu Podcast is designed to deepen your understanding (and ability to leverage) trends, technologies and innovations that are re-shaping global health.

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