How AI and big data can reduce premature births

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is making a big impact on the medical world. From radiology to pathology and orthopedics to geriatric medicine, it’s not uncommon to hear that researchers and physicians are turning to AI to crunch data. The specialty of maternal-fetal medicine is seeing real benefits from this new technology.

Lucina Health in Louisville, KY, has developed a program that can now identify women at risk for premature delivery. Lucina founder and CEO Kevin Bramer said their team works diligently to find the at-risk patients before it’s too late. “We have data scientists, coding experts, developers that are all working together to develop products that can easily be used by the clinician,” Bramer said.

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