Everybody knows that Artificial Intelligence is gradually an upgrading technology, whereas one business leader claims that the applications developed by its firm are already producing real value.
According to CEO of China’s Ping An Technology, Ericsson China, for Artificial Intelligence to become dominant mainstream, tech giants and start-ups have to know the bottlenecks that any business face can solved by that technology.
He described, have a look towards China, such as – just eight percent of the Chinese hospitals are triple-A grade. Whereas, these eight percent of the hospitals are taking health care of over fifty percent of the whole population.
Thus, resources distributed unevenly due to which sours the experiences of the patients at those hospitals, he added. Chan said that one has to wait for over three hours before he can see a doctor while the consultations are not over 7 to 8 minutes. Meanwhile, the doctors need to work for above 12 hours a day.
That’s why Artificial Intelligence can help ease the resistance experienced by healthcare-care suppliers and patients.
AI based Ping An Group can Predict Patient’s Likelihood suffering from chronic illness
Ping An Group wholly owned the subsidiary of the most conglomerate in China of Ping An Technology. The focus of the firm is on applying different technologies, including AI in departments like smart cities, health care, and finance.
It developed Artificial Intelligence systems that, according to it, have the ability to predict the patient’s likelihood suffering from a particular chronic sickness even before physical systems becomes visible. Also, can identify an infectious illness in advance with high accuracy.
Moreover, the system’s program has the ability to recognize abnormalities in medical image scans that would usually take doctors an extended time to do manually.
The chain also said that they could take it down such as five minutes, so it is much more efficient as well as more precise. After that, they can able even to have Artificial technologies do follow up with the patients.