AI and machine learning are coming into their own amid a data explosion. Machine learning is contingent on huge amounts of data to train the algorithms so that they can adjust and improve. Organizations today have a wealth of data — and will continue to generate more and more. With AI and ML, it’s possible to use that data to get value not possible with human analysis alone, leading to improved effectiveness and productivity with new insights and automation.
AI and machine learning trends to look toward in 2020 As artificial intelligence and robotic process automation are more widely deployed, they will help rehumanize medicine by allowing doctors to focus less on paperwork and administrative functions, and more on patient care.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning will play an even bigger role in healthcare in 2020 than they did in 2019, helping medical professionals with everything from oncology screenings to note-taking.
On top of actual deployments, increased investment activity is also expected this year, and with deeper deployments of AI and ML technology, a broader base of test cases will be available to collect valuable best practices information.