From a mild fever to brain stroke to cancer, expert advice is available to us at (literally) the touch of a button.
In the context of treatment and diagnosis, the application of technology is not new, but what about preventing them in the first place? Every year, millions of people die from diseases that could have been prevented.
The advantage of recent technological advancements lies in their ability to process the enormous amount of medical and biological data produced daily. Using the same concept, researchers have already taken the first steps in using artificial intelligence to predict the possibility and timing of heart attacks, but much more is yet to be done. The growing power of AI can be further harnessed to predict the emergence of new diseases and their corresponding drug development.
This whitepaper further explores the possibility of a digital platform that strategically applies the methods of artificial intelligence and machine learning to warn users of forthcoming diseases.