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Artificial intelligence can help the life science sector to offer better care to patients and reduce the expense of healthcare
FREMONT, CA: With big data and machine learning, more information is always better, and it is especially true for pharma and medicine. According to researchers, big data combined with machine learning in pharma and medicine to create value at a rapid rate in the next few years. The tools based on artificial intelligence (AI) will help doctors, patients, overseers, and insurers make better decisions. Such innovative technologies will also help optimize inventions, enhance research, and increase clinical trials' efficiency.
Healthcare data comes from various sources like doctors, caregivers, hospitals, patients, and research. This industry's difficulty is to put such a vast amount of data together in a compatible format and utilize it to develop better healthcare networks and protocols. This is where machine learning can help them. The main objective of machine learning applications related to medicine and pharmacotherapy is to make available and useable data for enhancing diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.
Machine Learning Applications in Medicine and Pharma
1. Diagnosis and Disease Identification
The most significant difficulty in medicine is getting an accurate diagnosis and identifying the disease, due to which machine learning has become an essential part of the sector.
Many clinical trial companies still take the traditional approach because many cancer treatments are in the clinical trials stage. The main problem with the trials is to combine the data so that they can be used.
The big companies are using machine learning technology to solve such problems. The companies are even collaborating to use machine learning efficiently to make cancer identification more accurate. Many companies are even utilizing AI platforms on the clinical trial patient data to generate new drugs for several diseases.
2. Personalized Medicine
Numerous researches are going on related to the utilization of machine learning and predictive analytics for customizing treatment to a patient's personal health history. If the studies are successful, then it can improve diagnosis and treatment protocols. In the last few years, the healthcare sector focuses on supervised learning. The doctors can utilize genetic information and symptoms to narrow down the diagnostic options or make a precise guess about the patient's risk. The approach can lead to better preventive measures.
The demand for predictive analytics will increase the use of advanced health-measuring mobile apps, micro-biosensors, and other devices that can offer a massive amount of data. The data can be utilized to improve research and treatment protocols. Personalized medicine will also reduce healthcare expenses and deliver better health management.