Newsday: Cloud, Human-Centered Design and ChatGPT
Curtis Hendrick, VP of Cloud Services at Optimum joins Bill for the news. Cloud, human-centered design and getting back to basics are hot topics in digital health this year. CIOs are studying and implementing these technologies to improve patient and provider experiences. At least four research papers credit the AI tool ChatGPT as a co-author. Many scientists disapprove and publishers are scrambling to regulate its use. Microsoft invests billions more dollars in OpenAI. And doctors, get ready for your AI assistants. Hospitals have begun using machine learning and the medical applications are endless.
What is human centered design?
I look at Cloud as a tool stack and what you do with that tool stack will determine the value that you deliver
How do you determine the opportunities in cloud?
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