OCT 14, 2019
Comprehensive Ophthalmology, Macular Disease, Retina/Vitreous
In this interview from AAO 2019, Dr. Emily Chew describes how artificial intelligence (AI) will change the way physicians manage patients with AMD. In her Jackson Memorial Lecture, she presented data showing that AI and machine learning show promise in detecting AMD features, classifying disease severity, and predicting risk of progression. She predicts that deep learning will not replace physicians, but rather it will enhance their diagnostic skills and streamline the management of this disease.
Watch Dr. Chew's other interviews relating to her Jackson Memorial Lecutre:
How Nutrition Affects AMD Risk
The Role of Genetics in AMD
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