Building AI for healthcare made easier with programming tools

Professor Luke Ong's research has contributed to work on machine learning. PHOTO: NTU
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SINGAPORE - Healthcare professionals have turned to artificial intelligence (AI) to help them better manage patients' conditions in recent years. This involves analysing medical data with AI models.

But it can be tough for scientists building the models. They might not understand the technicalities of fast-growing fields like machine learning, a branch of AI where machines learn from past data on their own to make predictions and decisions.

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