India’s AI-driven healthcare revolution for precise medical advancements.

January 30, 2024
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TLDR: Specialty centers in India are using artificial intelligence (AI) to advance precision medicine in the country. The Apollo Cancer Centre in Bengaluru has opened a Precision Oncology Centre powered by AI that offers personalized care to patients. The center uses AI automation to identify eligible patients for targeted therapy and immunotherapy, and to alert care teams of patient deterioration. It also uses conversational AI to educate patients and their families, and AI to monitor adherence to standard care and provide recommendations for diagnostic tests. Meanwhile, the Indian Institute of Science has launched a collaborative laboratory with Siemens Healthineers to develop AI-based tools for automatically segmenting pathological findings in brain scans. The lab’s first project will be to identify vascular biomarkers on neuroimaging data for the early detection of neurodegeneration.

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