Expected by: 01 August 2022
Evolving Predictive Analytics in Healthcare
New AI techniques for real-time interventions
A major use of practical predictive analytics in medicine has been in the diagnosis of current diseases, particularly through medical imaging. Now there is sufficient improvement in AI, IoT and data analytics to deal with real time problems with an increased focus on early prediction using machine learning and deep learning algorithms. With the power of artificial intelligence alongside the internet of 'medical' things, these algorithms can input the characteristics/data of their patients and get predictions of future diagnoses, classifications, treatment and costs.
Evolving Predictive Analytics in Healthcare: New AI techniques for real-time interventions discusses deep learning algorithms in medical diagnosis, including applications such as Covid-19 detection, dementia detection, and predicting chemotherapy outcomes on breast cancer tumours. Smart healthcare monitoring frameworks using IoT with big data analytics are explored and the latest trends in predictive technology for solving real-time health care problems are examined. By using real-time data inputs to build predictive models, this new technology can literally 'see' your future health and allow clinicians to intervene as needed.
This book is suitable reading for researchers interested in healthcare technology, big data analytics, and artificial intelligence.
About the Editors
Abhishek Kumar is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the Institute of Engineering and Technology, Chitkara University, India. He has a Doctorate in Computer Science from University of Madras and is Post-Doctoral Fellow of the Ingenium Research Group, Universidad De Castilla-La Mancha, Spain. He has published over 80 journal papers and edited 21 books. His research areas include artificial intelligence, image processing, computer vision, data mining, machine learning.
Ashutosh Kumar Dubey is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the Institute of Engineering and Technology, Chitkara University, India. He is a Senior Member of IEEE and ACM. His research interests include machine learning, health informatics and cloud computing.
Surbhi Bhatia is an assistant professor at the College of Computer Sciences and Information Technology, King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia. She is PMP certified from PMI, USA. She has published 75 papers in reputed journals and conferences and edited 9 books. She has 9 patents from USA, Australia and India and has completed 5 research projects from Ministry of Education and DSR, Saudi Arabia. Her research interests include sentiment analysis, data analytics and machine learning.
Swarn Avinash Kumar is a research software engineer in the self-driving division of Lyft Inc, USA. He has previously worked in software engineering roles at Google and Amazon. He has filed multiple patents in the autonomous industry and the machine learning sphere. His research interests include robotics, deep learning, and natural language processing and computer vision.
Dac-Nhuong Le is an associate professor of computer science and head of the Faculty of Information Technology at Haiphong University, Vietnam. He has more than 20 years of academic teaching experience and has published more than 80 papers, presentations, and book chapters. His research interests include evolutionary multi-objective optimization, network communication and security, cloud computing, and virtual/argument reality.
Abhishek Kumar, Ashutosh Kumar Dubey, Surbhi Bhatia, Swarn Avinash Kumar, Dac-Nhuong Le