Preste

Preste

AI to serve your business

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About Preste
PRESTE is an AI service company. We build Machine Learning & Data Science solutions for businesses: computer vision, natural language processing, prediction, dynamic recommendations, graphs & tailored algorithms.
$50 - $99/hr
2 - 9
2019
France, Ukraine
Preste
AI to serve your business
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Services

Artificial Intelligence

Machine Learning

Data Science

Computer vision

Natural language processing (NLP)

Predictive analysis

Recommender Systems

Graph Database

Algorithms

End-to-end solutions

Project Management (Scrum, Agile, PMP)

Focus
Service Focus
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The global pandemic has unearthed how AI applications can be utilized in healthcare to quickly analyze the humongous data flowing across the world to churn out insightful information. With staffing shortages worldwide, it is clear that the global healthcare sector needs assistance with medicine and treatment discovery. Artificial intelligence is clearly becoming the dominant approach and will possibly enhance its position even after the pandemic. The influence on healthcare is now more apparent than ever before. As per Mckinsey, healthcare remains as one of the top 5 sectors with more than 50 use cases with AI. Apps like Snapchat and Facebook use AI for photo recognition and filters. Google uses AI for providing users with top-notch recommendations through search engines and maps in real-time on its Maps feature. The applications of AI are vast and healthcare is not behind. What is AI in healthcare and how it will revolutionize the industry?In the field of health care, AI encompasses the deployment of advanced algorithms to automate various medical tasks. These revolutionary algorithms will examine, analyze and even propose solutions to critical medical issues if researchers, doctors and scientists upload information into computers.It can facilitate connectivity between hospitals to deliver enhanced levels of patient care Hospitals could become linked networks by AI. Each patient case is maintained in an automated database, while the system distinguishes the bigger picture and revamp the work schedules. AI can also forecast bottlenecks, distribute services, allocate procedures on the same day and mitigate medical staff shortages. It is extremely advantageous in the medical crises scenario like COVID-19. Increase the efficiency of staff and hospital By reviewing medical data and finding meaningful interpretations, the AI will make diagnosis and clinical exams faster. Such systems would save physicians from the need to go through multiple data pages and overload patients with needless testing.  It  can also monitor the handling of records, so it does not lose any scanned medical records or prescriptions.Accurate radiologyTechnologies for automating imaging techniques and diagnosis are now being designed. This can help illustrate points of risk to a radiologist in the scan to boost efficiency and human error prevention. There is also room for highly automated solutions – to read and comprehend scans remotely without human intervention – that can aid in immediate interpretation in underserved regions. Predictive careArtificial intelligence can develop treatment protocols for early and late-stage patients who require assistance in preventing disease spread or in coping with a severe medical emergency.Robotic surgery Robots will pre-plan the operation, measure the right orientations and assess surgical risks. These tools will possibly be more commonly used in the future, which will allow physicians to enhance their productivity, minimize the surgery cycle and improve recovery.Medicine/Vaccine discoveryArtificial intelligence solutions are designed to detect possible treatments by using vast databases of existing drug information, which can be later revamped for serious clinical threats such as the Ebola virus. This could increase the effectiveness and success rate of medicine production and could speed up the process of marketing new drugs to counter the threat of mortal diseases.Over to youArtificial technology can tackle several issues which healthcare is facing: understaffing, shortage of time to learn and make informed decisions, insufficient capacity to forecast, and poor clinical care.
The global pandemic has unearthed how AI applications can be utilized in healthcare to quickly analyze the humongous data flowing across the world to churn out insightful information. With staffing shortages worldwide, it is clear that the global healthcare sector needs assistance with medicine and treatment discovery. Artificial intelligence is clearly becoming the dominant approach and will possibly enhance its position even after the pandemic. The influence on healthcare is now more apparent than ever before. As per Mckinsey, healthcare remains as one of the top 5 sectors with more than 50 use cases with AI. Apps like Snapchat and Facebook use AI for photo recognition and filters. Google uses AI for providing users with top-notch recommendations through search engines and maps in real-time on its Maps feature. The applications of AI are vast and healthcare is not behind. What is AI in healthcare and how it will revolutionize the industry?In the field of health care, AI encompasses the deployment of advanced algorithms to automate various medical tasks. These revolutionary algorithms will examine, analyze and even propose solutions to critical medical issues if researchers, doctors and scientists upload information into computers.It can facilitate connectivity between hospitals to deliver enhanced levels of patient care Hospitals could become linked networks by AI. Each patient case is maintained in an automated database, while the system distinguishes the bigger picture and revamp the work schedules. AI can also forecast bottlenecks, distribute services, allocate procedures on the same day and mitigate medical staff shortages. It is extremely advantageous in the medical crises scenario like COVID-19. Increase the efficiency of staff and hospital By reviewing medical data and finding meaningful interpretations, the AI will make diagnosis and clinical exams faster. Such systems would save physicians from the need to go through multiple data pages and overload patients with needless testing.  It  can also monitor the handling of records, so it does not lose any scanned medical records or prescriptions.Accurate radiologyTechnologies for automating imaging techniques and diagnosis are now being designed. This can help illustrate points of risk to a radiologist in the scan to boost efficiency and human error prevention. There is also room for highly automated solutions – to read and comprehend scans remotely without human intervention – that can aid in immediate interpretation in underserved regions. Predictive careArtificial intelligence can develop treatment protocols for early and late-stage patients who require assistance in preventing disease spread or in coping with a severe medical emergency.Robotic surgery Robots will pre-plan the operation, measure the right orientations and assess surgical risks. These tools will possibly be more commonly used in the future, which will allow physicians to enhance their productivity, minimize the surgery cycle and improve recovery.Medicine/Vaccine discoveryArtificial intelligence solutions are designed to detect possible treatments by using vast databases of existing drug information, which can be later revamped for serious clinical threats such as the Ebola virus. This could increase the effectiveness and success rate of medicine production and could speed up the process of marketing new drugs to counter the threat of mortal diseases.Over to youArtificial technology can tackle several issues which healthcare is facing: understaffing, shortage of time to learn and make informed decisions, insufficient capacity to forecast, and poor clinical care.

The global pandemic has unearthed how AI applications can be utilized in healthcare to quickly analyze the humongous data flowing across the world to churn out insightful information. With staffing shortages worldwide, it is clear that the global healthcare sector needs assistance with medicine and treatment discovery. Artificial intelligence is clearly becoming the dominant approach and will possibly enhance its position even after the pandemic. The influence on healthcare is now more apparent than ever before. 

As per Mckinsey, healthcare remains as one of the top 5 sectors with more than 50 use cases with AI. Apps like Snapchat and Facebook use AI for photo recognition and filters. Google uses AI for providing users with top-notch recommendations through search engines and maps in real-time on its Maps feature. The applications of AI are vast and healthcare is not behind. 

What is AI in healthcare and how it will revolutionize the industry?

In the field of health care, AI encompasses the deployment of advanced algorithms to automate various medical tasks. These revolutionary algorithms will examine, analyze and even propose solutions to critical medical issues if researchers, doctors and scientists upload information into computers.

It can facilitate connectivity between hospitals to deliver enhanced levels of patient care 

Hospitals could become linked networks by AI. Each patient case is maintained in an automated database, while the system distinguishes the bigger picture and revamp the work schedules. AI can also forecast bottlenecks, distribute services, allocate procedures on the same day and mitigate medical staff shortages. It is extremely advantageous in the medical crises scenario like COVID-19. 

Increase the efficiency of staff and hospital 

By reviewing medical data and finding meaningful interpretations, the AI will make diagnosis and clinical exams faster. Such systems would save physicians from the need to go through multiple data pages and overload patients with needless testing.  It  can also monitor the handling of records, so it does not lose any scanned medical records or prescriptions.

Accurate radiology

Technologies for automating imaging techniques and diagnosis are now being designed. This can help illustrate points of risk to a radiologist in the scan to boost efficiency and human error prevention. There is also room for highly automated solutions – to read and comprehend scans remotely without human intervention – that can aid in immediate interpretation in underserved regions. 

Predictive care

Artificial intelligence can develop treatment protocols for early and late-stage patients who require assistance in preventing disease spread or in coping with a severe medical emergency.

Robotic surgery 

Robots will pre-plan the operation, measure the right orientations and assess surgical risks. These tools will possibly be more commonly used in the future, which will allow physicians to enhance their productivity, minimize the surgery cycle and improve recovery.

Medicine/Vaccine discovery

Artificial intelligence solutions are designed to detect possible treatments by using vast databases of existing drug information, which can be later revamped for serious clinical threats such as the Ebola virus. This could increase the effectiveness and success rate of medicine production and could speed up the process of marketing new drugs to counter the threat of mortal diseases.

Over to you

Artificial technology can tackle several issues which healthcare is facing: understaffing, shortage of time to learn and make informed decisions, insufficient capacity to forecast, and poor clinical care.

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242 Boulevard Voltaire, Paris, Paris 75011
France
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Dorohozhytska vulytsia 3, UnitCity, Kiev, Kiev 04119
Ukraine
+380679959556
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