In the last year, conversation has swelled dramatically around artificial intelligence and what it means for how we live and work. In his latest book, Future Care: Sensors, Artificial Intelligence, and the Reinvention of Medicine, Dr. Jag Singh looks into AI’s effects on health care and what it means for doctors and patients. Utilizing his years of experience as a medical professional, Singh’s book chronicles the evolution of AI in health care-from sensors to virtual care. As artificial intelligence becomes a larger part of our everyday lives, Singh helps readers better understand this emerging field and the long-term effects of medicine’s digital revolution.
Jag Singh is a professor at Harvard Medical School. For almost two decades he’s worked at Massachusetts General Hospital, where he currently serves as a cardiac electrophysiologist. Singh completed his internal medicine residency, cardiology, and cardiac electrophysiology fellowships at Mass General. He received his doctorate from Oxford University and a Master of science in clinical investigation from MIT and Harvard.
Join the City Club for a discussion with Dr. Jag Singh about his new book and the future of AI in health care.
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