Global life expectancy at birth in the 1960s was less than 53 years, whereas children born today can expect to live 36% longer.
This increase in longevity can be largely attributed to biological and technological advances in pharma and healthcare, and with the growth of artificial intelligence (AI), we are seeing a revolution in the way healthcare is approached.
Artificial intelligence refers to the use of automated algorithms for data analysis and problem-solving much like the human mind can do. It is accurate, fast, unbiased, adaptable and can perform monotonous and repetitive tasks without fatigue. When artificial intelligence is not only processing data but also learning on its own, it is called machine learning (ML), which is a branch of AI.
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