Stephen Auger, MRCP, PhD, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London, UK, delves into the potential of AI technologies in monitoring patients and how they can revolutionize the current models of care. Dr Auger highlights the limitations of basing clinical decisions on subjective information and infrequent patient sampling in outpatient clinics. The use of AI allows to objectively monitor patients between clinic appointments to detect relevant clinical events promptly. Some neurology fields have already seen interesting advancements regarding AI use. For instance, AI can help identify and predict seizures in epilepsy patients, thereby facilitating a better understanding of the underlying disease process. Additionally, AI can help to track dementia patients and predict clinically relevant events such as nighttime wandering. This interview took place at the European Academy of Neurology (EAN) 2023 Congress in Budapest, Hungary.
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