Andrew Boyd is quoted in Helio.com
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
Developers are using artificial intelligence to help researchers comb through thousands of studies and find relevant COVID-19 information for the development of potential treatments and vaccines.
Andrew Boyd who oversees AI models at UIC that help determine the severity of a patient’s condition and their risk for intubation, said that using AI models like Northwestern’s present other possible challenges.
“Will it help us correct concepts faster or will they help us perpetuate old ideas for a longer period of time?” he said.
Read the full article: https://www.healio.com/primary-care/infectious-diseases/news/online/%7Bd6327c36-11ef-4787-b771-3eb3e36ba6f4%7D/artificial-intelligence-transforms-search-for-covid-19-vaccines-cure