Category Archives: Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Best of ’23: A4M Reader’s Choice Award

A year of incredible progress, 2023 saw scientific breakthroughs abound. From revelations in epigenetic reprogramming and cellular biology to advancements in medical artificial intelligence technology, the longevity and anti-aging medicine movement forged forward at breakneck speed — and we did our best to keep pace.

So that you, valued members of our community of innovative health professionals, never missed a beat. Armed with the latest research takeaways, best practices, and breaking news, A4M Blog readers always stay ahead of the curve.

Stepping into 2024, we reflect on the monumental discoveries unlocked across the longevity landscape last year and the ones you found most captivating. We’ve gathered 2023’s most popular articles and hope you help us determine the A4M Reader’s Choice Award winner by casting your vote below! And the nominees are…

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Harnessing the Power of AI in Anti-Aging and Functional Medicine

Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing the healthcare industry by providing computer systems with human-like intelligence to perform complex tasks such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and language translation. As the capabilities of this technology expand, so will the number of its potential applications in the medical realm. In anti-aging and functional medicine, physicians may soon be able to leverage AI technology to provide even more personalized care strategies while enhancing patient outcomes. However, the widespread adoption of AI poses unique challenges in the healthcare industry that must be addressed before introducing such technologies.

Nonetheless, artificial intelligence models capable of transcribing patient summaries, drafting prior authorizations, and summarizing visit notes promise decreased time spent on tedious administrative work and levels of practitioner burnout. Used correctly, emerging AI tools can greatly support physicians in practice, allowing them to focus on their specialty – caring for patients.

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