Artificial intelligence will change the health care industry, not least by raising serious moral issues.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are already shaping research and patient care at Yale School of Medicine. Some of the doctors who rely on it explain how these technologies benefit both patients and science.
Yale School of Medicine was an early adopter of telemedicine technology, and it’s made a major difference in safely reaching patients and clinical trial participants during social distancing.
Early adopters of robotics in the operating room, the School of Medicine’s surgeons and researchers are expanding Yale’s footprint with new technology.
What seemed like science fiction in the 1950s—people communicating via television and performing complicated tasks remotely—is a reality in 2021. This issue is dedicated to exploring the revolution of remote work.