In today’s information ecosystem, no individual is untouched from the emerging digital technologies. With a huge amount of data generated on a daily basis, proper management of data is what worries the businesses. With the global wealth now stored in digital bits and bytes, the record of every transaction let it be purchase, sale, or transfer of funds, all gets recorded somewhere in the cloud database, and tech giants like Google, Microsoft, and Amazon control a large chunk of this cloud database that people around the world use to acquire, store and share information.
With continual development and expansion of cities, a growing number of the world’s population needs access to affordable healthcare services for them to prosper. Let it be the seniors or younger and middle age generations, all need healthcare support, but surprisingly the affordable care providers are drastically shrinking. To solve this persistent issue, many healthcare stakeholders, are increasingly bringing in artificial intelligence (AI) and Big Data, to provide a sense of order and streamlining in the healthcare field. They believe that Big Data tech equipped with AI could further expand their reach to low- and middle-income households, in an attempt to bridge the shortage gap of medical professionals all around the world.
In the near future, Big data combined with AI, could assist doctors to better analyze tumors, which will offer them an accurate diagnosis. On successful implementation of these techs, the accuracy and in-detailed information that a minuscule tissue sample gives can be achieved by AI. This would’ve significant changes in the healthcare field, physicians would have the ability to better understand the cancer spread, and how it affects a patient’s entire body.