Artificial intelligence– and machine learning (AI/ML)–based technologies aim to improve patient care by uncovering new insights from the vast amount of data generated by an individual patient and by the collective experience of many patients. Machine learning is an AI technique that trains software algorithms to learn from and act on new data to continuously improve performance.1
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