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Title: Artificial intelligence applied in Human Medicine with the implementation of prostheses
Authors: Alvarado Landeo, Edwing Ismael
Surichaqui Montalvo, Erick Brayan
Velasquez Colorado, Kener
Adviser: Huamanchahua Canchanya, Deyby Maycol
Keywords: Inteligencia artificial
Publisher: Universidad Continental
Issue Date: 2022
Date available: 13-Jan-2023
Bibliographic citation: Alvarado, E., Surichaqui, E. y Velasquez, K. (2022). Artificial intelligence applied in Human Medicine with the implementation of prostheses. Tesis para optar el título profesional de Ingeniero Mecatrónico, Escuela Académico Profesional de Ingeniería Ambiental, Universidad Continental, Huancayo, Perú.
Abstract: The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine is already a reality. Everywhere there is talk of the advantages that AI can mean for the future in our daily lives, as well as its possible applications. The future of "standard" medical practice could appear here ahead of schedule, where a patient could go to a computer before seeing a doctor. Through advances in AI, it becomes more possible for the days of misdiagnosis and treatment of the symptoms of the disease, rather than its root cause, to be left behind. Think about how many years of blood pressure measurements you have or how much storage you would need to remove so that you can fit a complete 3D image of an organ on your laptop. The idea of artificial intelligence in medicine may make you think of robots roaming the halls of a hospital in the distant future, but AI is already here.
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