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WSC 2022 | How artificial intelligence is revolutionizing stroke research

Vinicius V. Montanaro, MD, MSc, PhD, SARAH Network of Rehabilitation Hospitals, Brasília, Brazil, discusses digital health innovations that are revolutionizing stroke research and care across the globe. Information technology innovation is changing numerous aspects of the health sciences, from data collection and analysis techniques to outcome prediction and care delivery. For example, remote data acquisition from wearable devices and telemedicine approaches is overcoming some of the limitations of in-hospital monitoring, such as accessibility, cost, and timing related issues. In this way, deep data can be collected, which is big data that is of high quality, relevant, and actionable. Regarding analysis, advanced artificial intelligence (AI) methodologies can now go far beyond the capabilities of traditional techniques. Over the last decade, the amount of research that incorporates aspects of AI has grown dramatically. Prof. Montanaro notes that AI and digital health are likely to be the future of both research and daily practice in stroke, emphasizing that health care professional education will be key to implementing these methodologies in clinical settings. This interview took place at the World Stroke Congress 2022 in Singapore.

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