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Microsoft Launches New Healthcare Division Based On Artificial Intelligence Software

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watch Microsoft is setting up a new healthcare department at its ­Cambridge research facility, as part of plans to use its artificial intelligence software to ­enter the health market.

http://boersenalltag.de/blog/metanavigaton/ The computer giant has created the division as part of its commitment to “transform healthcare” using technologies such as machine learning and cloud computing.

rencontre filles algerie Its research plans ­include monitoring systems that can help keep patients out of hospitals and alert them in a timely manner about problems, and large studies into ­diseases such as diabetes.

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”Microsoft has hired researcher Iain Buchan, formerly clinical professor in public health informatics at the ­University of Manchester, to lead the healthcare research division. A trained doctor and data scientist, he has researched how data can improve healthcare for the past 25 years in ­clinical and academic settings.”  

Mr Buchan said the team’s ­research could include developing predictive analytic tools, and personal health information systems, as well as using AI to ­target interventions.

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