1. Better medicine through machine learning: What’s real, and what’s artificial?

    Better medicine through machine learning: What’s real, and what’s artificial?

    Artificial intelligence (AI) as a field emerged in the 1960s when practitioners across the engineering and cognitive sciences began to study how to develop computational technologies that, like people, can perform tasks such as sensing, learning, reasoning, and taking action. Early AI systems relied heavily on expert-derived rules for replicating how people would approach these tasks. Machine learning (ML), a subfield of AI, emerged as research began to leverage numerical techniques integrating principles from computing, optimization, and statistics to automatically “learn” programs for performing these tasks by processing data: hence the recent interest in “big data.” Although progress in AI ...

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