‘s combination of artificial intelligence and human doctors has . But the road to AI-augmented health care has been long and winding.
“Eight years ago, when we started this company, nobody was talking about AI,” said Dr. Claire Novorol, cofounder and chief medical officer at Berlin-based Ada. “We did not describe what we were doing as AI, even though it is a form of AI. We talked about medical reasoning. And so we were really building a system, an enormous medical knowledge base, and our reasoning engine that could support doctors in their decision-making.”
Novorol spoke to VentureBeat as part of a with t at the recent Slush technology conference in Helsinki, Finland.
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