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🎙 Daily Podcast Episode: AI is helping to advance Health Care at a rapid pace. So what should we know about the future of healthcare? Give it a listen.
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🧠 Learn & Leveraging AI: Wondering what the future of AI in healthcare holds? Here’s a breakdown. Keep reading for that!
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Maximizing The Effectiveness of AI in Health Care 🧑⚕️
How can the medical field fully maximize the effectiveness of AI?
The advancements of AI in Health Care are already revolutionizing the tech used and the care we receive.
Jesse Ehrenfeld, MD, MPH, President of the American Medical Association, joins us to talk about AI's impact on Health Care.
Join the conversation and ask Jordan and Jesse questions on AI in Health Care here.
Also on the pod today:
• Challenges in regulating AI in healthcare 🤔
• HIPAA and data ethics in healthcare 🛂
• Emerging AI healthcare platforms 🧑⚕️
It’ll be worth your 33 minutes:
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1. Amazon Launches Rufus AI Shopping Assistant 🛍
Amazon just dropped a bomb on the shopping world with the launch of Rufus, a generative AI-powered shopping assistant that's about to change the game. Rufus is trained on Amazon's vast product catalog, customer reviews, and web information to answer all your shopping questions and help you find the perfect products. This AI shopping guru is seamlessly integrated into Amazon's mobile app.
2. Google Maps Adds GenAI 🗺
Google is taking its game to the next level by introducing generative AI to Google Maps. This new feature will use large language models to analyze millions of places and recommendations from its community to suggest cool spots for users. Whether you're searching for a vintage store in San Francisco or the hottest restaurant in town, Google's AI models will give you trustworthy suggestions based on rich information, ratings, and reviews.
3. Apple's CEO Teases Generative AI Software Coming Soon 👀
During Apple's quarterly earnings call, Tim Cook dropped hints about the company's plans to introduce generative AI software features in their upcoming release. While Cook didn't provide specific details, he expressed excitement about the potential of AI and mentioned that they will be sharing more information later this year. This announcement suggests that Apple is aiming for a significant update to its operating systems, including iOS, iPadOS, and macOS.
4. Former DeepMind Researcher To Create AI Agent Startup 🤖
Ioannis Antonoglou, a prominent AI researcher, has left DeepMind to start his own AI agent startup, aiming to compete with OpenAI's popular ChatGPT. Antonoglou's departure from Google's DeepMind AI lab follows three other lead developers leaving Gemini, Google's soon-to-be-launched language model.
5. ASEAN Releases Guide for Trustworthy AI Governance ⚖️
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has just dropped its new guide on trustworthy AI governance. This guide aims to establish common principles and best practices for implementing responsible AI across member states like Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.
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🦾How You Can Leverage:
How can the healthcare industry walk the tightrope of AI innovation and patient privacy and security?
And more importantly, maybe, how does it impact us all?
But Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld showed us the best route forward.
Jesse Ehrenfeld, MD, MPH, is the president of the American Medical Association, the body of 270,000+ members that promotes the betterment of public health.
He joined our show today to not just answer the sometimes controversial questions around AI and healthcare, but also laid the groundwork forward on how to maximize outcomes in the new AI-everywhere world.
When we think AI and healthcare, we sometimes jump to either the thought of robot doctors or just concerns about our privacy.
Instead, the intersection of AI and healthcare is both challenging the day-to-day, yet holds great promise for the future.
Let’s dive in to see how AI can maximize outcomes.
1 – Augmented Intelligence 🧠️
No, we aren’t going to see robots replacing doctors. (Although, Dr. Ehrenfeld did mention some advancements in AI-powered nurses that don’t diagnose.)
Although medical practices and organizations can use AI in so many ways, Dr. Ehrenfeld reiterated that physicians won’t lose their jobs to AI. Instead, AI can be a force multiplier for healthcare institutions that use it correctly.
Want to know more about the AMA’s stance on AI, and how they’re planning to leverage it? Read the AMA’s updated Principles for AI Development, which was just updated and released a few months ago.
Dr. Ehrenfeld emphasized the AMA’s strong stance on AI ethics and guidelines on data privacy to keep the patient-provider relationship strong.
Think — you’re in a Zoom meeting and feverishly taking notes.
Are you actively listening? Or just trying to keep up?
Dr. Ehrenfeld mentioned a huge time-saver for medical professionals everywhere: ambient dictation combined with large language models.
Instead of typing on a computer, a medical provider can actively listen to a patient while ambient dictation records and transcribes the convo.
And instead of typing up notes after, LLM can automatically make post-visit notes a GenAI breeze.
A recent study from the AMA showed that nearly 40% of physicians were already using AI in their practices.
3 – Responsible AI = maximized outcomes 👏
Healthcare workers feel overwhelmed. Patients sometimes have to wait months to see a doctor.
Can AI actually help here?
Dr. Ehrenfeld cut it straight — leveraging generative AI in a responsible way (and following AMA’s AI Principals) helps healthcare providers win their time back.
From pairing dictation and LLMs to GenAI helping with record keeping and back-end operations, the humans in healthcare can start to focus a bit more on the humans seeking their care.
And a little less on all the repetitive tasks associated with it.
Want to see some real medical innovation? Check out HEALTH 2047, which is a venture studio powered by the AMA.
If you want to see what the future of healthcare and AI looks like, a big piece of it will likely start there.
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