Inside the AI healthcare revolution

August 28, 2017

By 2050, many of us will have had our genes sequenced making it far easier to identify and treat genetic disorders, which presently affect some 350m people worldwide. In a different building in Toronto’s Mars Discovery District, another pioneer in the field of artificial intelligence is working on that exact problem. The aim of Brendan Frey’s work is simple. “We want to change medicine,” he says.