It was standing room only. The room had about 100 chairs; people continued to trickle in after the session had started, finding room along the back wall and up the sides. They’d come to better understand the topic: artificial intelligence, even more specifically how AI is impacting the field of patient simulation.
One point we hope everyone took away from the IMSH 2020 Learning Lab was that gaining a working knowledge of AI and machine learning can be attained by anyone, not just those of us in the field. Take a few minutes out of your day today and watch this video about AI and machine learning – our engineers unanimously agree it’s the best summary on the topic we’ve ever seen.
33% of us only think we use technology with AI, but actually 77% already use an AI-powered service or device (according to this Pega survey of global consumers N=6000). Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning is becoming an increasingly integral part of our professional and personal lives, and understanding it as a tool is the first step in quieting our fears.
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