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How Carolina is transforming medicine with artificial intelligence


UNC biostatistics professor Michael Kosorok is leading the way in utilizing artificial intelligence to benefit public health. “What I’m interested in is how we can use AI to make good decisions in medicine, so for example, whether to give a patient drug A or drug B,” said Kosorok, who teaches in the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health. “We’re on the cutting edge of this research.” (UNC.edu)

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