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IBM to develop artificial intelligence for Danish healthcare system

The Capital Region of Denmark has budgeted DKK 30 million (USD 4.53 million) for developing artificial intelligence to the public health authorities in collaboration with IBM.

Artificial intelligence will be a major factor in the future hospitals. At least, this is the expectation of the Capital Region of Denmark. The region has entered a five-year framework agreement with IBM about developing artificial intelligence to the public health authorities, as announced by the region in a press release. The agreement is worth DKK 30 million.

For instance, the hospitals will use statistics and algorithms, based on patient and personnel data, in order to improve the therapy and efficiency and manage tasks that are currently administrated by humans.

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