Predictive interpretations and decisions derived from unstructured data found in social media, PDF, voice-to-text, hand written notes and a wide variety of sources.
Predictive diagnostics and decisions regarding cognitively complex challenges, such as artificial intelligence, deep machine learning and behavioral evaluation.
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DataSkill is one (partner) in the medical profession (area) helping hospitals. In fact they are helping UnityPoint Health in its reading of a doctor’s notes looking for missed diagnoses so they can be submitted for reimbursement to an insurance company. Okay – interesting. The interesting part is they estimate 30% was missed for reimbursement – BIG opportunity. But notice what Watson is doing is reading all this unstructured information to help them do that.