Automated Machine Learning in Healthcare

February 11, 2019

Healthcare organizations are increasingly adopting artificial intelligence (AI) to improve the patient experience, along with business outcomes, according to a new infographic by DataRobot, Inc. The infographic shows common use cases for AI implemented by medical and research facilities to: improve service quality, reduce costs and improve patient outcomes.

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The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth), primarily a graduate education university, educates the largest number of health care professionals in Texas.

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