Artificial intelligence and rare diseases

Sanoïa appeared in the first web broadcast of the Foundation of Rare Diseases (Fondation maladies rares, in French) on “Artificial intelligence and rare diseases”.

“Artificial intelligence (AI)”…? AI is a discipline of IT – the science of training machines to preform human tasks, to mimic behaviour similar to human cognitive functions. The term was invented in the 1950s when scientist began exploring how computers could solve problems and learn on their own.

We take for granted how our brains effortlessly calculates the world around us, every second of every single day — AI is the concept that a computer or a machine can do the same.

How can AI be beneficial to medical diagnosis of rare diseases? Listen to the three experts (Pr Agnès Bloch-Zupan, Hervé Servy, Vincent Varlet) to find out more…


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