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The battle of doctors vs. machines in clinical diagnoses
 

The battle of doctors vs. machines in clinical diagnoses

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Digital technology and AI has made an impact in the world of medicine. But can digital diagnosticians match or possibly outperform human physicians?
 
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12 Oct 2016 - General
 
Actually there is a real misconduct between the manual diagnosis making and the digital diagnosis making. I have lots of experiences too. Sometimes after we make a diagnosis for a patient, several investigation reports lead us to another different pa...
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Nowadays, the technology really evovle to its highest level. It only proves that anything is now possible with this new era however, the downside of this is, it can fail since there is no definite assessment done to the patient, no laboratory result ...
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There is no question that doctors will get the diagnosis better than Google. It would take a lot of catching up for the machine and dumbing down by the doctors to even reach equal footing. Doctors have spent all the prime of their lives (where we can...
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No amount of technology can replace a medical degree. Just as a comparison of mechanical/ anatomical parts - the function of the human brain is diverse and endless. It can do a lot more than computing - it can analyze, it can formulate etc. A compute...
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I don't think any symptom checker or symptom analysis program can replace the need of a doctor. These programs can bring a range of differential diagnosis, but may not the correct one. And only symptoms described by patients are not enough, you n...
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Ever since technological revolution began, there was a fight between the humans and machines. With the advancements in science and technology, artificial intelligence, robotics, nanotechnology, molecular engineering and other highly advanced sciences...
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Today’s era of advanced technology may have its downsides, as information floating around freely can prompt people to self-diagnose and try to cure themselves. However, a balance has to be struck between information from the internet and diagnosis fr...
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Digital technology has a superlative and extensive role in the field of medical including medicine. Digital technology is although created by a human but it is challenging the supremacy of human in a wide range of diagnostic disciplines and recommend...
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