Ben Gray, Digital Health Technologies, East Lancashire Hospitals Medical Director
Emerging conceptualizations and advancing technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and the internet of things (IoT) are increasingly leaving a constructive and progressive mark on the realm of ophthalmic. While telemedicine would be considered as the silver bullet when it comes to optimizing and making ophthalmics smarter and smarter, concepts of AI and IoT are now adding to these efforts. The combination of AI and IoT is dynamically transforming the way diagnosis is taking place in the realm of ophthalmics. Additionally, technology is also increasingly revitalizing the verticals such as monitoring and surgeries from a remote location.
AI and IoT are increasingly turning into smart masters and monitors that are taking up critical and significant roles in the technical and operational spaces of ophthalmics. A report on analysis by reliable and popular research states that smart, automatic, and high-tech devices are experiencing an increased surge in the market as ophthalmic experts and specialists are increasingly prioritizing service and accuracy that is demonstrated by these intelligent devices, which are mostly driven by AI and IoT. With the prevalence of eye diseases increasing, the need and demand for smart and precise ophthalmic devices are also rising.
Modern ophthalmic diagnostics and doctors are reaching the highest and the newest level of efficiency by partnering their legacy processes with the technology of AI. While accuracy is deeply driving the output of the ophthalmic processes, ophthalmologists are not only excelling with the high-tech support, but they are managing the anticipated and unanticipated obstructions and overheads as well.
The technology of IoT has been proving the precision and clarity of the diagnostic images, their quality, digital appearance, and accessibility as well. Technologies are defining and redefining technical features, and this further empowers the ophthalmic specialists and experts greatly. The realm of ophthalmology is still in its infancy when it comes to decoding all the efficacies of AI and IoT.