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Patients could soon be treated using artificial intelligence: expert

Madis Tiik says big data analytics will open a new area of healthcare

1st August, 2016
Madis Tiik is a senior advisor to the Finnish Innovation Fund, Sitra, where he advises on eHealth integration

Within ten years, the healthcare industry could see patients being treated using artificial intelligence services, according to one expert in the field.

Madis Tiik is a senior advisor to the Finnish Innovation Fund, Sitra, where he advises on eHealth integration and on the development of self-care services in Finland.

Tiik believes that big data analytics will open a new area of healthcare and provide consumer centred services.

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