Rapid advancement in technology has brought unimaginable leaps in medicine. Machine learning and artificial intelligence are now key tools in diagnosing diseases, which previously bore high costs in the process leading to diagnosis. This is due to, the invention of early disease detection algorithms built on international classification of diseases (ICD), improved health and disease monitoring, improved evaluation of the effects and impacts of health programs and improved data security, accuracy and speed of diagnosis.

Ubricoin has been tracking advancements in medicine carefully and has managed to take advantage of the opportunity to further the agenda of improved global health. Ubricoin with the help of artificial intelligence in medicine will help gather intelligent data about health, nutrition information and diseases. Artificial intelligence will facilitate the emergence of global health. The data gathered will help to develop smart community-health decision support systems and smart clinical decision support systems.

It is no surprise that we can already see the impact of artificial intelligence in medicine. Diagnosing a disease is a heavy task entrusted on doctors. Misdiagnosis is a common occurrence and artificial intelligence brings some welcome support. AI actually makes the process easier and precise. AI has proven very effective in colonoscopies. Belluz (2019) found that the AI system significantly improved polyp detection (29% compared to 20%). This is because AI spotted, what are known as “diminutive adenomas,” or tiny polyps, less than 5 mm in size, that are notoriously easy for doctors to miss. AI has also come in handy in eye treatment. Doctors at Moorfield Eye Hospital in London went further to train an algorithm that could recommend the correct treatment approach for more than 50 eye diseases with 94% accuracy (Belluz, 2019). This just shows that we are in an era where a doctor’s day-to-day life will require some interaction or assistance from artificial intelligence.

Ubricoins whole ecosystem is dependent on technology and is keen to incorporate technology to make systems more efficient and effective. Since Ubricoin purposefully exists to revive the health sectors, artificial intelligence will be a major key in addressing global health issues.


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Belluz, J. (2019). Three ways AI is already changing medicine. Retrieved d=from  

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