Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: A Way Towards Innovating Healthcare Devices

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Ashween Ganesh
Martin Crnkovich


Artificial intelligence is an emerging technology that has a huge influence on healthcare facilities in today's generation. Current medical facilities are widely dependent on technology. AI technology has the potential to solve different problems in the healthcare system and it is used in the diagnosis of diseases, decision-making of treatments and training of healthcare experts. This research was performed to analyse the role of AI technology in the advancement of healthcare facilities. This research also focuses on identifying the benefits of AI technology in the advancement of medical and healthcare equipment. The quantitative research design has been followed in this research to address different research questions during the research. In this research positivism research philosophy was also followed to improve the effectiveness of the study. The quantitative data collection and analysis process has been followed in this research and a survey has been performed on 51 independent people through 10 closed-ended questions. This unbiased survey helps to make decisions and the data analysis through advanced statistical methods also improves the effectiveness of the study. This research also gives insight into the role of artificial intelligence in improving medical facilities around the world. Besides, this study also focuses on the basic implications of implementing AI technology in different medical equipment.

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Ganesh, A. ., & Crnkovich, M. . (2023). Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: A Way Towards Innovating Healthcare Devices. Journal of Coastal Life Medicine, 11(1), 1008–1023. Retrieved from


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