Machine Learning and Prediction in Medicine — Beyond the Peak of Inflated Expectations — NEJM
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Perspective from The New England Journal of Medicine — Machine Learning and Prediction in Medicine — Beyond the Peak of Inflated Expectations
@EricTopol: If you thought machine learning was a remedy in medicine, this will make you think again
Big data, we have all heard, promise to transform health care. But in the “hype cycle” of emerging technologies, machine learning now rides atop the “peak of inflated expectations,” and we need to better appreciate the technology’s capabilities and limitations.