Using advanced algorithms to improve healthcare outcomes.
At Jembi, we leverage Artificial Intelligence to push the boundaries of healthcare, especially in low-resource settings
In the rapidly evolving world of healthcare, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not just a futuristic concept; it's a transformative reality. At Jembi, we actively contribute to this revolution, focusing on the untapped potential of AI in healthcare, particularly in low-resource settings.
Our publication, "Re-imagining health and well-being in low-resource African settings using an augmented AI system and a 3D digital twin," serves as a cornerstone in the field of AI in healthcare. Authored by Prof. Deshendran Moodley, Jembi Board Chair and Co-Director of the Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research (CAIR), and Jembi CEO, Dr. Chris Seebregts, the paper explores how AI can revolutionize healthcare in low-resource African countries.
The Promise of AI
The paper delves into the capabilities of AI in healthcare, proposing an initial augmented AI system architecture that works in tandem with a 3D digital twin to achieve public health goals. It identifies key research challenges such as scientific knowledge discovery, continual learning, pragmatic interoperability, and interactive explanation and decision-making.
AI can play a critical role in public health emergency response and epidemic control.
Advanced AI methods can leverage the increasing availability of data for analysis and prediction.
AI systems can work synergistically with digital twins to address complex public health challenges.
Our work in AI is a testament to our commitment to innovation and our vision for a healthcare system that is both equitable and advanced. As we continue to explore the possibilities that AI offers, we are setting the stage for a new era in healthcare.