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An Insight In Taiwan: The State of AI and What Went Wrong With COVID? (Yu Chuan Jack Li)

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An Insight In Taiwan: The State of AI and What Went Wrong With COVID? (Yu Chuan Jack Li)

September 9, 2021

An Insight In Taiwan: The State of AI and What Went Wrong With COVID? (Yu Chuan Jack Li)

Taiwan spends only 6.4% of it’s GDP for healthcare, but has high satisfaction rates with healthcare, and is also very digitalized. In this episode, a closer look into healthcare in Taiwan is provided by Prof. Yu-Chuan Jack Li  – a pioneer of artificial intelligence in medicine and translational biomedical informatics. Professor Li is Editor-in-Chief for BMJ Health & Care Informatics journal,  the elected president of the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA) and has devoted himself to evolving the next generation of Al in patient safety and prevention (“Earlier Medicine”). He has been deeply involved in biomedical informatics development in Taiwan and international cooperation on various continents, including Asia, America, Europe, and Africa.  We spoke about the state of healthcare digitalization and AI in Taiwan.

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