healthcare: Not ‘arms and legs’, healthcare companies are using AI to make ‘brains’: health-tech expert Yan Chow

Yan Chow, global healthcare leader, Automation Anywhere


The healthcare industry is on the verge of a transformation due to the increasing demands and the challenges it faces. Historically, advances in healthcare technology benefited billing and regulatory entities. Doctors and nurses were often the last to adopt new tools. AI is changing this dynamic, as physicians are beginning to see the potential of technology to assist them.

Business leaders across sectors have been extolling the benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning and how they will disrupt and transform the industrial landscape. In pharma and healthcare, too, AI is starting to make its mark, with large companies using it for a range of operations. However, experts believe these technologies still have some distance to cover before they mature, and they may take at least a decade to realise

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