Expect an increase in quality and a decrease in cost for image-based diagnostics because of artificial intelligence.
Artificial intelligence became ubiquitous in 2017. It was in our cars, in our homes and even in our pockets. We use it to schedule our meetings, buy our groceries, and choose our music.
In 2018, we can expect AI to become more pervasive, and we will increasingly rely on it in our daily lives. In fact, in a recent pulse survey of senior AI professionals conducted by EY, 41% of respondents expect consumer appliances, such as refrigerators and thermostats, to see the fastest and most widespread adoption of AI technology in the next year.