South Korea is at the vanguard of a revolution in AI AND BIG DATA HEALTHCARE.
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AI and big data healthcare in Korea
Cracking the code of personalized medicine
South Korea is at the vanguard of a revolution in AI and big data healthcare
A large investor in R&D, South Korea’s culture of early technology adoption, combined with its strong computing infrastructure and biological research strengths, make the country an obvious personalized medicine testbed.
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Seoul National University Hospital is spearheading efforts to integrate clinical research and medical care.
Artificial intelligence and big data could help overcome some of medicine’s biggest challenges, say researchers at South Korea’s Yonsei University.
Mapping the cancer genomes of South Koreans will help the development of precision cancer treatments.
A new cloud-based system for collecting and storing medical data is being developed in South Korea.
CODA is a powerful tool that can change the future of drug development.
The Korean genomics powerhouse, Macrogen, will accelerate precision medicine in Asia by collaborating on healthcare big data across the region.
South Korea’s National Cancer Center is putting data sharing at the forefront of its fight against global cancer incidence.