Roam Analytics co-founder Alex Turkeltaub on efforts for U.S. to take the lead in the field of artificial intelligence.
Alex Turkeltaub, Roam CEO and co-founder, discusses his company’s use of artificial intelligence and data to help change the health-care system.
Bloomberg Technology sat down with Roam Co-Founder and CEO Alex Turkeltaub at the LIGHT Forum to discuss how artificial intelligence and machine learning are transforming healthcare.
The Pennsylvania health system has developed more than 60 apps that conduct unique clinical, operational and financial analytics tasks, drilling into a single data warehouse.
THE ANNOUNCEMENT earlier in May from the White House was blunt: The federal government is creating a committee of academics and private industry experts to explore the untapped potential of artificial intelligence, or AI – the set of technologies that allows computers to think and make connections just as humans.
GlaxoSmithKline PLC is exploring whether artificial intelligence can be used to unravel the complexities of why certain HIV patients drop out of treatment, says Karenann Terrell, chief digital and technology officer.
The days of claiming artificial intelligence as a feature that set one startup or company apart from the others are over. These days, one would be hard-pressed to find any technology company attracting venture funding or partnerships that doesn’t posit to use some form of machine learning.
The Washington fight over the future of Obamacare will have enormous repercussions for our health care system, which now accounts for nearly 18 percent of the U.S. economy. But that impact pales before the transformation already underway due to the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.