Human Stories of AI: A Second Opinion

Healthcare is a field that has, in many ways, already embraced AI—medical researchers seem to be developing new AI applications every day. In this episode, we zoom in on one doctor and the stories of two of her cases. Dr. March is a dysmorphologist, a physician who studies birth defects. With two of her recent patients, she was able to use an AI tool called Face2Gene in her diagnostic process, a process that changed her patients’ lives.

Show Notes

Dr. March is a dysmorphologist, a doctor who studies birth defects (1:35)

The first of Dr. March’s patients she couldn’t immediately diagnose (3:10)

Face2Gene provides doctors with enhanced patient evaluation with deep phenotyping (4:48)

The step-by-step process of using Face2Gene (6:08)

What is Kabuki syndrome? (7:24)

When Dr. March worked with a family that was in denial about their child’s diagnosis (10:47)

What is Williams syndrome? (12:59)


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