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IBM Watson, the supercomputer, is one of the best examples of the practical application of AI in healthcare. IBM’s Avicenna, a program assisting radiologists, is another software development worth mentioning. Such programs can provide nursing and surgical assistance, medical diagnosis, predictive analysis, and clinical decision support. Artificial intelligence now has the ability to learn, distinguish patterns and find substantive inconsistencies usually invisible to the human eye. The branches of AI are machine and deep learning in healthcare: Machine learning allows computers to predict future outcomes. Deep learning allows machines to think using algorithms structured like human brain.