May 31, 2020
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First published works in medical applications of AI by Hunt (1968)
Medical application of machine learning began in the 1960s.
After the 1970s, some expert systems were developed.
New area "artificial intelligence in medicine" (AIM) was first mentioned by Szolovits.(1982)
A commercial expert system, DXplain was developed at Harvard Medical School(1984).
The 5th Generation Project in Japan was established (mid the 1980s).
The European Society for medicla AI, was established in 1986.
After the 1990s, AI in medicine has gradually moved to maturely.
The medical AI course, which was offered by MIT OpenCourseWare (2005).
The adolescence of medical AI is discussed by Shortliffe (1993).
Many books have been written about AI in medicine for instance, the work of Miller (2011).
In February 2011 IBM's Watson competed on Jeopardy.
In April 2017, Babylon Health raised close to $60 million to diagnose illnesses with an AI chatbot on a smartphone
In 1972， AAPHelp by Leeds University.
A first problem-solving program or expert system for applications inorganic chemistry (Dendral) was developed by Stanford University.
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