Russia will create a standard for artificial intelligence in medicine
As part of this competition, the first Russian standard for describing symptoms of diseases will be created, as well as an algorithm for analyzing medical data. In 2022, participants will be recruited; the prize fund of the contest is 200 million rubles. According to Alexander Tolmach, Project Director of the Skolkovo Technology Contest Development and Promotion Department, systems to support medical decision-making are already being created in Russia: "But accuracy in making a diagnosis can be achieved by analyzing patient history, information about working and living conditions, heredity, etc. It is the development of such systems of interaction with the patient that the contest is aimed at. "Rostec has been commissioned by the Ministry of Health to develop a system that will use AI to analyze the patient's medical history, the entire range of tests and examinations to make a probable diagnosis, as well as recommendations for optimal therapy. This platform is planned to be integrated into the unified state health information system (UGISZ). The main problem that needs to be solved is related to the use of big data in medical AI systems - the possibility of leaking information that is a medical secret. Another possible problem in the training of medical AI was voiced by Yaroslav Shitzle, head of the "T&IP Dispute Resolution" department of the law firm Rustam Kurmaev and Partners: "It should be based on anonymized patient medical data. But in order to get impersonal data on patients, their relatives and guardians, you first need to convince them to give impersonal data on a specific person - not many people will agree to this.
As part of this competition, the first Russian standard for describing symptoms of diseases will be created, as well as an algorithm for analyzing medical data. In 2022, participants will be recruited; the prize fund of the contest is 200 million rubles.
2021-08-24