By P. Suetens, R. Verbeeck, D. Delaere, J. Nuyts, B. Bijnens (auth.), Mario Stefanelli, Arie Hasman, Marius Fieschi, Jan Talmon (eds.)
This publication comprises 26 papers describing learn within the do- major of synthetic Intelligence in medication. The papers are grouped round the following topics: method, wisdom illustration, medical functions, modelling, doubtful- ty administration, wisdom acquisition, and the consumer perspec- tive. The booklet provides an summary of the present kingdom of AI in drugs learn in Europe. It provides a number of techni- ques and techniques which are more likely to play a massive position in destiny functions. within the part on medical applica- tions not just present platforms are defined, yet result of assessment reports are provided as well.
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A widely adopted solution has been to use various kinds of probing tasks. A probe that we have found useful is a task that we call diagnostic 28 explanation (Patel & Groen, 1986), in which the subject is asked to "explain the underlying pathophysiology" of a patient's condition. We have found that physicians respond to this question by explaining the patient's symptoms in terms of a diagnosis. , Patil, Solovitz, & Schwartz, 1984). However, we find that physicians interpret our question in a much more open-ended fashion.