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Dekel Gelbman, CEO of FDNA, an AI and digital health company that develops technologies and SaaS platforms in the clinical genomics space, explains the evolving relationship between Artificial Intelligence and healthcare.

I believe narrow AI — computers performing a narrow task, such as facial recognition or sifting through huge volumes of data — is a task that machines are better equipped to do than humans are. With that said, while AI can far surpass humans at gathering and learning from mass quantities of data, there will always be the need for a person to interpret that information and reason with a combination of logic and emotional intelligence to decide how best to use it. […]

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