Steve Berkowitz

The Future of Generative Artificial Intelligence

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What Does the Future of Generative AI Hold? It was only a little more than a year ago that ChatGPT exploded onto the market. Within two months, it had acquired over 100 million users, an accomplishment rarely seen with emerging technology. As an example, it took Uber 70 months and Instagram 30 months to obtain… Continue Reading >>

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Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics… And Now AI!

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Exploring Potential AI Bias in Healthcare We have all heard of the quote attributed to Benjamin Disraeli: “Lies, damned lies, and statistics.” Lately, there has been increasing concern that AI outputs may be either intrinsically or intentionally biased. When coupled with the reality that AI’s power and intelligence is progressing at an exponential rate, this… Continue Reading >>

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Ambient Clinical Intelligence Is an Exciting Use Case for AI in Healthcare Of all the AI innovations that are exploding into healthcare, this is one of the most exciting. Ambient clinical intelligence (ACI) is a process that uses advanced AI and voice recognition technology to automatically document patient encounters in real time, without the need… Continue Reading >>

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The War Against Preventable Medical Errors

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Preventing Medical Errors: An SOS to Artificial Intelligence It has been almost 25 years since the shocking landmark study from the Institute of Medicine “To Err is Human” (1999). It stated that preventable errors were responsible for up to 100,000 deaths in the USA each year. It was mind-boggling to imagine how much harm our well-intended… Continue Reading >>

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What Is the Future of AI in Healthcare? In my previous blog I discussed the first step in the critical analysis of artificial intelligence in healthcare—an operational or working definition of artificial intelligence. I would now like to take that definition and take the next step—develop a descriptive model of AI that would illustrate the… Continue Reading >>

Steve Berkowitz

Hardly a day goes by when there isn’t some story in the news about artificial intelligence (AI). We are bombarded by the media with topics both inspiring and terrifying. This is particularly true in healthcare. We read how artificial intelligence will drastically change the practice of medicine, nursing, our entire healthcare infrastructure, etc. The word… Continue Reading >>