“Artificial intelligence” – hardly any other term has shaped the corporate world as much as this one. Since the introduction of the chatbot Chat GPT, one technology in particular has attracted attention: AI. Its potential, especially in data-intensive areas, is causing a revolution in a wide variety of industries.

In medicine, a field characterized by a seemingly endless amount of data, the use of AI promises groundbreaking changes. Patient symptoms, blood values, treatment courses and results of clinical studies – the list is long and the amount of data is huge. Doctors are already using AI-based software to gain valuable insights from this flood of data and improve patient care.

For most patients, the use of AI goes unnoticed, but the technology is already providing valuable services in the background. According to experts, the market for AI-supported products in medical diagnostics will grow enormously in the coming years. A study by Research Nester predicts annual growth of an impressive 45 percent until 2030.

Not only established companies like Siemens are part of this trend, but also increasingly startups that come up with innovative solutions. They all strive to establish their AI products on the market and make a contribution to improving medical care.