AI And Big Data In Focus: What Is Preventing Faster Adoption In Health Care Settings?
To the wider public and even governments, big data, predictive analytics and machine learning might appear to be recent phenomena that suddenly hold the answers to most of the health care delivery problems. But those who have been generating the debate and charting future adoption over the past several years know it is not as simple as that.
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