USE OF MULTIPLE A I METHODOLOGIES TO PRODUCE A FOUNDATION FOR AN INTELLIGENT MEDICAL SYSTEM
The practice of medicine is confounded by severe restrictions as the Human Race reaches farther out into space. A Mars mission will have communication delays of up to 40 minutes and make emergency support difficult. Intelligent medical systems will have to be devised to support these efforts. Current technologies have developed to where a combination of different artificial intelligent methodologies can be used together to fuse the data from multiple heterogeneous sources, and create a diagnosis and treatment path. This path will coach and/or assist a crewmember to complete emergency treatment. The system can be used in both in ?sickbay? and remote environments. It will be able to work with delayed Earth support as well as be able to stand alone in cases of emergencies and communication failure. Intellas has outlined a Phase 1 project for a proof of concept for the unique distributed artificial intelligence infrastructure that will be required to be the foundation of such a system. This system will be able to grow and adapt to new patient information gathering devices, diagnosis, and treatments as technology changes, thus allowing the system?s knowledgebase to continually develop and advance.
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Principal Investigator:Dennis Jacobi
Intellas Group, LLC
3819 Chevy Chase Road Louisville, KY 40218
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