Artificial intelligence is generally considered to be the ability of a computer or robot to perform tasks involving intelligent beings. They are processes of wide application in tasks in which a machine performs tasks with greater accuracy and efficiency than a human. In medicine, this technique is regarded as an aid in comparing information, selecting the most relevant to the patient, making a more accurate diagnosis, and making more accurate decisions. The Roche Institute Foundation has organized the ‘Artificial Intelligence in Health’ symposium and today we chat with one of the invited speakers: Dr. Fernando Martin, Professor of Digital Health Research at the Carlos III Health Institute’s National School of Health.
The IDEKO Technology Center leads the European project INFINITE, which focuses on the installation of sensors to monitor aircraft material status for life. Thanks to these sensors, it will be possible to monitor the entire life cycle of aeronautical structures: from on-site supervision of their construction, through repair and service review by monitoring their structural health, to the recycling of parts at the end of their useful life. Life Peio Olaskoaga is the coordinator of the INFINITE project and is responsible for the ADMP at IDEKO.