Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Artificial Intelligence and Facial Recognition in the Detection of Disease The past few decades have seen notable strides made in advancements of technology that have revolutionized many aspects of human life particularly health. A remarkable advancement that has occurred within this period is the development of the concept of Artificial Intelligence. This model has enabled computers and other technological gadgets to seemingly "think and make the decisions" independent of man's influence. This compounded by other advancements such as facial investigation has enabled the provision of healthcare to be revolutionized. In my opinion artificial intelligence and facial recognition technology are potentially the most critical components in the future of medicine because they can be utilized to diagnose disease and propose treatment although their utilization can be marred by the issues of ethics. Undeniably facial recognition and artificial intelligence technology address many issues that derail the provision artificial intelligence and facial recognition technology are potentially the most critical components in the future of medicine because they can be utilized to diagnose disease and propose treatment. However their utilization can be marred by the issues of ethics. Research has been channeled towards the identification of disease using these aspects of technology. If the resultant issues ethical issues are addressed these technologies will surely be adopted in the practices of medicine. Works Cited Delac Kresimir and Mislav Grgic. "A survey of biometric recognition methods." Electronics in Marine 2004. Proceedings Elmar 2004. 46th International Symposium. IEEE 2004.Dormehl Luke. "Facial recognition: is the technology taking away your identity?" The Observer Guardian News and Media 4 May 2014 www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/may/04/facial-recognition-technology-identity-tesco-ethical-issues.Hamet Pavel and Johanne Tremblay. "Artificial intelligence in medicine." Metabolism-Clinical and Experimental 69 (2017): S36-S40. Tracy Phillip. "This AI knows you're getting sick before you do." The Daily Dot 19 Jan. 2018 www.dailydot.com/debug/ai-detect-sickness/. [...]
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