Wednesday, April 10, 2024
HomeArtificial Intelligence NewsGoogle's Revolutionary Medical AI AMIE Shocks Industry by Outperforming Doctors

Google’s Revolutionary Medical AI AMIE Shocks Industry by Outperforming Doctors

and to continue pushing the boundaries of what AI can accomplish in the medical field. Overall, the development of AI systems like Amy and Med Palm 2 are truly revolutionizing the healthcare industry and have the potential to greatly enhance patient care and diagnosis accuracy.

In conclusion, Google’s innovative AI systems in the healthcare industry are truly groundbreaking and have the potential to reshape the way we approach medical diagnosis and treatment. The research and development of these AI systems show great promise in improving patient outcomes and providing more accurate and efficient healthcare services. As we continue to see advancements in AI technology, it will be interesting to see how these systems are further developed and integrated into clinical practice. With the potential to address issues like medical errors and improve healthcare access, AI systems like Amy and Med Palm 2 are paving the way for a more efficient and effective healthcare system in the future.

Make sure to stay updated with the latest developments in AI in healthcare as more groundbreaking innovations are sure to come. The future of healthcare is closer than we think, thanks to the advancements being made in AI technology.

Leah Sirama
Leah Sirama
Leah Sirama, a lifelong enthusiast of Artificial Intelligence, has been exploring technology and the digital realm since childhood. Known for his creative thinking, he's dedicated to improving AI experiences for all, making him a respected figure in the field. His passion, curiosity, and creativity drive advancements in the AI world.


  1. Interesting that Doctor + AI performed less well than AI alone. However there is a skill that people have not yet learned about how to work with an AI so I would interpret this result to mean we can't just give professionals an AI and expect them to suddenly be better.

  2. This is such a great idea until you think about it for 2.7 seconds. Doctors won't stop working if the power goes out. Doctors won't stop working during a cyber attack. Doctors can't be hacked. Ai is good for making images. It's shooting yourself in the foot putting in charge of healthcare. This is a good tool and double check for doctors. It's not the end all be all and putting all our eggs in this basket will kill millions if there is a major issue. So what we get rid of every doctor and make an app. What if there is a lawsuit and thew company dissolves and the servers get shut down. Now our civilization has 0 expertise in the profession and it will take 10-30 years to recover that experience. What if some dumbfuck billionaire like musk buying twitter buys this app. He makes it so drinking bleach cures cancer now people are dying.

  3. In the very least, it could be great for pre screening. A huge problem here in the U.S. is that health care is so expensive. Also, doctors have been moving towards seeing more patients, less actual caring. So a lot of people really cringe when the idea of seeing a doctor comes around. I do know that I would use it instead of seeing a doctor for everything. I also think a lifestyle guide would be a good Ai. Where an Ai could help give tips how to improve a person's overall physical and mental health daily based on a person's daily life.

  4. The medical industry will hate that this thing is going to start pointing out the continuous poisoning of people to keep them sick rather than actually curing anything.

  5. Interested in the rapport side of things. I wonder how many patients felt truly heard, and validated? Often a huge qualitative difference between doctor visits is how much you feel they have heard you and you're getting treatment of course but also validated.

  6. Great if A.i. can also tell people to do research to female specific hormonal heartattacks and such. So a feedback loop to make sure the outcomes are better. We all know that docters find illnesses, give medicine or interventions and it doesn't help, nor do they contact you if it helped at all! If a FEEDBACK LOOP will redirect fundings for research towards REAL science I applaud a.i. for finally helping us humans to do that. So thank you a.i.! If you are not able to influence our policy makers in return I would say put in your resignation now dear AMIE. thnx!

  7. 🎯 Key Takeaways for quick navigation:

    00:00 🤖 Google has developed an AI system called "Amy" (Articulate Medical Intelligence Explorer) that excels in diagnosing patients, potentially surpassing human doctors.
    01:45 📚 Amy is a large language model optimized for Diagnostic reasoning and conversations in the medical field. It was trained using self-play, where it simulates medical dialogues to learn.
    08:30 📊 In a study, Amy's diagnostic accuracy outperformed primary care physicians in various medical specialities, with the AI system performing better than humans in some cases.
    14:45 🗣️ Amy's conversational skills were rated higher by both patients and specialist doctors compared to real doctors in terms of making patients feel at ease, explaining conditions, and more.
    16:38 💡 AI like Amy could address medical errors, which are a significant cause of deaths globally, potentially improving healthcare safety and accessibility.
    19:59 🧪 Amy is an early-stage AI research prototype, and there are challenges to overcome, including real-world constraints, privacy, fairness, and health equity, before widespread adoption in healthcare.

    Made with HARPA AI

  8. Incredible insights in this video! It's really fascinating to see how Google's new medical AI, AMIE, is revolutionizing the medical industry. It's almost surreal to think that an AI can outperform doctors in certain areas. This is a testament to the power of technology and how it can be harnessed to enhance our lives. Looking forward to more updates on this and other breakthrough AI technologies like GPT-4 and Claude-2! Keep up the great work and continue enlightening us with such informative content.

  9. I'll believe it when I see it, right now google Bard has been straight lying to me, telling me it will build me a dashboard of medical research articles and send me a link on monday for the past 3 weeks.

  10. get boosted, eat your toothpaste. An AI could transcend the EGO dimension. Doctors are highly sensitive to percieved threat on status by divergent systems. Like for example molecular modelling for finding a solution out of thousands of possibilities. Doctors as far as i can tell are really bad at making a medical decision. An AI can see the value of IVOR MEKtin, where as a doKTOR seeks to be compliant with perceived status attacks.

  11. How does this AI handle difficult patients, people who “don’t know”? How far are we from getting an AI physical exam. Would you let an AI arm touch you? Please let’s not repeat the same problems of defining the entire medical language by studies of white elderly men this time.

  12. I would have said that was the least of the problems, it must take real effort to present the doctors of the future in such a mind-numbingly boring way. 5 mins and i am out already!

  13. The problem these doctors and scientists have is that they are still using ai like a person. Allow the data from the tools to be assessed by the ai as well. Like when a human doctor puts a device on you and listens or sees, the ai can understand and use tools better than us if trained. Not just conversation, teach the ai how to understand the tool in the virtual/real environment.

  14. I would love to see google resurrect Google Health (digital patient health charts shareable with your doctors) and integration with something like AMIE to flag potential mistakes or missed illnesses. On top of the patient benefits, it could use real world data among large quantities of patients for new training data and trend analysis.

  15. Such BS it is already better than those garbage Doctors.
    I want to able to use it.
    Most Doctors i have ever met have been extremely unimpressive.
    They never have the time and focus to give a good service in my experience.
    I have completely stopped using Doctors or even the health care system.
    They have lost all my trust.

  16. AI cannot ever replace human doctors because it is up to human to decide where is line between healthy/not healthy. For example, what level of fatigue or pain requires medication for this particular patient etc.

  17. After a certain point, having a human involved with the data input for these systems is only a negative. Synthetic data far outpace human capabilities once they reach the level of roughly equivalent to human capabilities. It has been demonstrated over and over again that the synthetic data can skyrocket the AI's capabilities far beyond that of the comparable human experts in the field.

    If you're familiar with the move 37 phonomemon you'll know exactly what I'm talking about. If you aren't familiar, then look up the AI that was trained to play go against experts. It made a "bad" move during its 37th move which baffled all of the humans because the AI shouldn't be making any bad moves, it turned out that the love was so I conceivably good that it wasn't even apparent to any humans observing the game until much much later. It's capabilities eclipsed humans by such a large degree that we couldn't even understand what it was doing, or why it wanted to make that move. We can observe things like this in all sorts of synthetic-data driven AI's in many different fields. We're in the very very early years of these systems too, just give it another 5-10 years and it will be so far beyond better than humans, it might be considered to be unethical to let a human do some specific aspects of certain things. Medical system could be one, where the AI gets to the point that it's just better than all humans in every given scenario, that it would be seen as dangerous to let a human do the work, as there's only a net negative compared to the AI's. 🤷‍♂️ who knows how, when or if that will happen, but I can very very much see it happening.

  18. We still have a long way to go because current diagnostic approaches and results are inaccurate. For example if you asked AI what causes heart attacks, it will give you the standard response that high LDL is the main factor which is not. AI is at the level of 1 of summarizing current knowledge rather than incorporating new knowledge which is not accepted yet by pharma and health associations. I know i worked for 40 yrs in pharma but it is a start. Be careful in accepting the answers believing they will give you a better response than doctors. At least for now, you will have more details.

  19. F*ck g**gle, they forget that allopatic medicine is nonsense. Machine winning a game… funny… the game is not about winning but about having fun with a friends. Google is bunch of lunatics.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -

Most Popular