Demystifying Medicine Video

Artificial intelligence in medicine is an exciting yet complex phenomenon. This video explains what artificial intelligence is, how it is used in a healthcare setting and common concerns associated with its technological advancement.

Special Thanks to Sue Becker for allowing us to interview her. Sue has a background in artificial intelligence as well as cognitive and computational neuroscience.

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