Artificial Intelligence (AI) is often associated with sorting data–and occasionally a sci-fi fantasy robot scenario–but healthcare leaders are hoping to use machine learning to better identify and treat diseases. For example, clinicians hope with the help of machine learning, they will be able to more accurately identify cancerous tissue and healthy tissue via MRI and CT scans and better target radiation for cancers in the head and neck.
AI and intelligent things represent two of Gartner’s Top 10 strategic technology trends that will have broad industry impact and significant potential for disruption.
Digital business continues to align the physical and digital worlds, and technology will be embedded in everything in the digital business of the future. This combining of people, devices, content, and services is called the intelligent digital mesh, which serve as the three major trends for this years list.