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Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence and machine learning

Journal sources: 

Luke Oakden-Rayner, PhD Candidate / Radiologist, South Australia - blog

Implementing Artificial Intelligence in Canadian Healthcare: A kit for getting started - Healthcare Excellence Canada - November 2021

National AI Strategy - UK Office for Artificial Intelligence, Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, and Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy - 22 September 2021

Tools for trustworthy AI. A framework to compare implementation tools for trustworthy AI systems - OECD - 28 June 2021

What is needed to mainstream artificial intelligence in health care? - Australian Health Review - 24 June 2021

Artificial intelligence and medical imaging: applications, challenges and solutions - MJA - 13 May 2021

Clinician checklist for assessing suitability of machine learning applications in healthcare. Ian Scott, Stacey Carter, Enrico Coiera. BMJ Health Care Inform . 2021 Feb;28(1):e100251. doi: 10.1136/bmjhci-2020-100251.

AI and healthcare. Research briefing - UK Parliament - 18 January 2021

Machine Learning in Medicine - A Complete Overview 2nd ed / Ton J. CleophasAeilko H. Zwinderman.  Springer Nature, 2020

What Is Augmented Intelligence? - IEEE - 2020

Artificial vs augmented intelligence: what’s the difference? - The Next Web - 2020

AI Augmentation: The Real Future of Artificial Intelligence - Forbes - 2019

What is the difference between artificial and augmented intelligence? - TechTalks - 2017

What information consumes is rather obvious: it consumes the attention of its recipients. Hence a wealth of information creates a poverty of attention and a need to allocate that attention efficiently among the overabundance of information sources that might consume it.   Herbert Simon, the Nobel winning economist and father of AI