The Benefits of Artificial Intelligence Technology in the Health Sector


  • Nicolas Marchi School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin, Ireland


Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Health Outcomes


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How to Cite

Marchi, N. (2021). The Benefits of Artificial Intelligence Technology in the Health Sector. Trinity Student Medical Journal. Retrieved from