This is an experiment.
We put these four words: "artificial intelligence in medtech" into an AI article generator.
See, what was created in less than ten seconds:
Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly being used in medtech to improve healthcare in several ways.
Firstly, AI is helping physicians quickly identify medical problems.
Secondly, AI is enabling better and more discreet health monitoring.
Thirdly, AI is being used to develop AI-enabled prosthetics.
Fourthly, AI is providing better visualization during surgery.
For example, AI-assisted colonoscopy tools like GI Genius help gastroenterologists detect more potential diseases, while AI-powered Cardiac Performance System (CPS) devices like Sensydia's analyze heart sounds to provide a full cardiac assessment in under five minutes.
Additionally, AI algorithms hold promise for myoelectric control for prosthetics, and Activ Surgical's ActivSight Intelligent Light product provides enhanced visualization and real-time surgical insights during surgery.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced medtech companies to adopt digital solutions, resulting in customer engagement preferences.
Medtech companies can leverage advanced analytics to micro-segment customers, create propensity-to-buy models, recommend next best actions, suggest tender prices, predict and prevent customer churn.
However, companies exploring commercial AI use cases should avoid five common missteps:
Commercial organizations can reap significant value from data and analytics without needing new data sets or an ideal technology foundation.
Overall, AI holds the promise to support humans in their daily lives, take care of routine tasks, and advance human health outcomes.
While there are challenges and limitations to its implementation, AI has already demonstrated its potential to revolutionize healthcare and improve patient outcomes.
... well, we are not arguing with the content of this computer manufactured article.
But here, at Robert Breitbach Consulting, we have a different approach.
One might call us "old school". This makes us proud.
Our work takes time. Our trade is people. Humans.
We leave room for emotions, individuality and identity.