Accepting Artificial Intelligence In Medical Field Is Slow But Inevitable Teaches Richard Li On Kleyne Talk Radio

Richard Li & Others Inspire New Physician Data Scientists in Applying Artificial Intelligence Technologies for Patient Benefits. Artificial Intelligence Benefits Will Revolutionize Patient Care with Faster Diagnosis & Reduced Costs.

Richard Li, an author, concert pianist and biochemistry student who studied to be a surgeon, then embraced a change of course that led to the study of computer science and artificial intelligence, is now a graduate teaching assistant at Western Washington University.

Recently, Li was the guest of Sharon Kleyne, , host of the internationally syndicated radio program The Sharon Kleyne Hour Water Life Science®/Nature’s Pharma®, The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica. Together, Kleyne and Li examined and discussed the current state of artificial intelligence and its future applications, especially in the medical field.

“Artificial intelligence,” Li says, “is all about using computers to write software that thinks and process information like humans do.” Li himself is specializing in the field of the mathematics of machine learning and deep learning, which is, according to Li, a subset of artificial intelligence. Machine learning uses mathematical models, algorithm, in order to take in data that you currently have and extrapolate it in order to accommodate future information. It allows one to build models that predict alternative outcomes. Deep learning uses what is called a convolutional network in order to model the human brain

“At this point,” Li cautions, “the medical world is very behind when it comes to adopting artificial intelligence. I do believe we can use artificial intelligence to diagnose illness. We can use algorithm to analyze patient symptoms.”

Li’s assessment is supported by others. According to a recent blog piece at Scientific American, “Currently, health care is trailing other industries in the acceptance and application of AI. But many experts predict it will be the industry most disrupted by AI in the coming decade, thanks to the widespread adoption of electronic healthcare records (EHRs) and the huge amounts of data at our disposal.” (https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/does-ai-have-a-place-in-medicine/)

Still, Machine learning has already made great advances in biotech and pharma efficiency. At the same time, researchers, scientists and doctors are striving to create a new, hybrid role. This new role is identified as ‘physician data scientists’. Physician date scientists will understand machine learning, AI and how these new technologies will apply to medical research and clinical practice. As always, the goal is to improve patient outcomes and rein in costs.

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Listen to the talk radio program organized by program director Rose Hong of Global Dragon TV and featuring Richard Li, concert pianist and author of Find True North (an identity and freedom quest tale set in North Korea) who is also a graduate student and a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Western Washington University in computer science and artificial intelligence and new water technology educator and evaporative dry eye researcher Sharon Kleyne as they discuss artificial intelligence and its possible application to the medical field, security, atmosphere, education, water and evaporation, follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/121578/artificial-intelligence-will-it-change-the-world

China Leads World Into The Age Of Artificial Intelligence With Security & Medical Breakthroughs

Chinese Artificial Intelligence Discoveries in Medical Field Explored on Sharon Kleyne Talk Radio. Chinese Artificial Intelligence Breakthroughs Will Benefit Nations Throughout the World Fighting Coronavirus.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/121578/artificial-intelligence-will-it-change-the-world

Artificial intelligence is a revolutionary technology that is sweeping the world in all areas and is here to stay. This process is happening faster in some places than in others, and nowhere is it happening as fast as it is in China.

Sharon Kleyne, host of the internationally syndicated radio program The Sharon Kleyne Hour Water Life Science®/Nature’s Pharma®, The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica, believes it’s natural that progressive China should be out in front of the rest of the world in the development of artificial intelligence. More and more, the world is looking to China for leadership on all fronts, Kleyne points out.

Special talk radio show guest Richard Li, a concert pianist who studied microbiology before moving into computer science and artificial intelligence, agrees that China is much advanced in the technological development and implementation of artificial intelligence. Li, currently a graduate teaching assistant at Western Washington University, reveals how “China has the most highly developed artificial intelligence system in the world. More than 300 million facial recognition cameras are installed throughout China. If, for example, you jaywalk,” says Li, “a camera/computer will immediately identify you and deduct a fine from your bank account.”

Kleyne, who has closely monitored the coronavirus that threatens the world, reports that China is now using breakthrough artificial intelligence technology to isolate areas of virus outbreak and to determine most effective treatment for those infected. “This will not only more rapidly solve the coronavirus outbreak in China,” says Kleyne, “it will also more swiftly lead to containment in other countries throughout the world.”

Li and Kleyne agree that artificial intelligence will play a major role from now on in the field of medicine, just as it is also playing major roles in industry and agriculture.

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Listen to the talk radio program organized by program director Rose Hong of Global Dragon TV and featuring Richard Li, pianist and author of Find True North (an identity and freedom quest tale set in North Korea) who is also a graduate student and a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Western Washington University in computer science and artificial intelligence and new water technology educator and evaporative dry eye researcher Sharon Kleyne as they discuss artificial intelligence and its possible application to the medical field, security, atmosphere, education, water and evaporation, follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/121578/artificial-intelligence-will-it-change-the-world

If you would like to watch a brief, entertaining educational film that demonstrates the application of the new Dry Eye Solution® technology Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, sponsor of Sharon Kleyne’s talk radio program, go here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0gOr8TB45U

Artificial Intelligence Teacher, Concert Pianist & Biochemistry Grad Richard Li Visits Kleyne Talk Radio

Richard Li Discovers Artificial Intelligence Technology with Sharon Kleyne on Sharon Kleyne Talk Radio. Richard Li & Sharon Kleyne Explore Future of Artificial Intelligence Applications & Technology.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/121578/artificial-intelligence-will-it-change-the-world

Richard Li was studying to be a surgeon when he felt an intellectual and spiritual shift pulling him in another direction. From a focus on biochemistry, Li shifted to study computer science, specifically artificial intelligence.

Today, Li is completing his graduate work and serving as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Western Washington University in Washington. It is there that Li is teaching what has become his life’s passion.

“Artificial intelligence is all about using computers to write software that, perceives, thinks and processes information like humans do,” says Li. “I’m specializing in the field of the mathematics of machine learning and deep learning, which is sort of a subset of artificial intelligence.”

Machine learning, Li teaches, uses mathematical models, algorithms, that extrapolate data in order to accommodate information gathered in the future. Machine learning allows one to build models that predict alternative outcomes, too. Deep learning makes use of what is known as a convolutional network so that one can model the human brain. In short, people can use models that act like human brains in the absence of human brains.

Yes, artificial intelligence is changing the way we live on this planet and its future is limitless. Sharon Kleyne, host of the internationally syndicated radio program The Sharon Kleyne Hour Water Life Science®/Nature’s Pharma®, The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica, believes that everything begins with water evaporation of the water vapor in the atmosphere. Breathing the moisture in the atmosphere is vital to life. Evaporation takes you from dehydration to death. You need to know that word: Evaporation!” Founder and research director of Bio Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, Kleyne asserts that “artificial intelligence is really about the body living with the water vapor in the atmosphere. What is happening with that computer and algorithm is affected by the water vapor in the atmosphere.”

Kleyne and Li are both keen on the application of artificial intelligence in the medical realm where it can be used, according to Li, to assist doctors in their practice. “At this point, though,” Li cautions, “the medical world is very behind when it comes to adopting artificial intelligence. I do believe we can use artificial intelligence to diagnose illness. We can use algorithm to analyze patient symptoms.”

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The talk radio program organized by program director Rose Hong of Global Dragon TV and featuring Richard Li, pianist and author of Find True North (an identity and freedom quest tale set in North Korea) who is also a graduate student and a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Western Washington University in computer science and artificial intelligence and new water technology educator and evaporative dry eye researcher Sharon Kleyne as they discuss artificial intelligence and its possible application to the medical field, security, atmosphere, education, water and evaporation can be found here: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/121578/artificial-intelligence-will-it-change-the-world

If you would like to watch a brief, entertaining educational film that demonstrates the application of the new Dry Eye Solution® technology Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, sponsor of Sharon Kleyne’s talk radio program, go here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0gOr8TB45U

Artificial Intelligence Can Beneficially Affect Water Infrastructure

Artificial Intelligence New Technology Adapted To Solving the World’s Water Crises. Artificial Intelligence Software Identifies & Predicts Weaknesses of Aging Water Infrastructure.

Artificial intelligence can exert a positive influence on America’s crumbling water infrastructure. One way this can happen, according to an October 2019 article by Doug Hatler for WaterWorld magazine (https://www.waterworld.com/home/article/14071206/using-artificial-intelligence-to-influence-water-infrastructure), is to prioritize pipe replacement before the pipes crumble, burst or give way.

Many of these buried pipe systems are cast iron and range in age from 75 to 125 years old. If you stop to think about it, you know that iron in the ground for that period of time is deteriorating, and it is only a matter of time before pipes fail and water supplies are tainted and cut off, affecting millions of people. Given that the current U.S. government has developed and offered no plans for replacing this aging infrastructure, it is encouraging to consider independent breakthroughs in the use of artificial intelligence.

According to Doug Hatler, “In 2016, Fracta began developing a cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) using artificial intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning to assess the condition of drinking water mains to help large utilities better assess pipe replacement decisions and allocate funding. The Fracta solution calculates and visualizes the Likelihood of Failure (LOF) for every water pipe segment in a utility. This LOF score represents the mathematical probability of pipe failure. Recently, Fracta expanded its solution to assess the Consequence of Failure (COF), which determines the severity of a failure and quantifies the direct and indirect costs of water main failures.”

This is good news! Yet, it may also be information that is at first difficult to grasp. Not to worry. Artificial intelligence in this instance, as it does in every project, uses computers to analyze and think like humans, just much faster. The Fracta breakthroughs predict segments of water lines that are most likely to be compromised before other pipe segments. The software also delivers accurate repair costs, which is far superior to best-guess estimates of the past.

How successful is this particular AI water project? The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, California’s third-largest municipal utility with 1,240 miles of distribution pipe serving 2.7 million residential, industrial and commercial customers, began using the Fracta AI software in 2018. According to Hatler’s article, after taking into account the difficulties of facilitating construction projects in a dense urban environment, SFPUC currently achieves a replacement rate of 10–13 miles of pipe per year. This is a large improvement over the previous replacement rate of 3–5 miles per year.”
This is just one important example of artificial intelligence technology working to more efficiently solve the water crisis that threatens communities all over the world.
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Listen to the talk radio program organized by program director Rose Hong of Global Dragon TV and featuring Richard Li, concert pianist and author of Find True North (an identity and freedom quest tale set in North Korea) who is also a graduate student and a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Western Washington University in computer science and artificial intelligence and new water technology educator and evaporative dry eye researcher Sharon Kleyne as they discuss artificial intelligence and its possible application to the medical field, security, atmosphere, education, water and evaporation, follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/121578/artificial-intelligence-will-it-change-the-world

Artificial Intelligence Depends On Water Vapor In Atmosphere Declares Sharon Kleyne

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Artificial Intelligence Applications in Medical Field Explored on Sharon Kleyne Talk Radio. Richard Li Joins Sharon Kleyne on Kleyne Talk Radio To Examine Future of Artificial Intelligence on Earth.

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Air Date: 10 February 2020

Guest: Richard Li, graduate student and a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Western Washington University, Washington

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/121578/artificial-intelligence-will-it-change-the-world

Artificial intelligence is changing the way we live on this planet and its future is limitless according to Sharon Kleyne, host of the internationally syndicated radio program The Sharon Kleyne Hour Water Life Science®/Nature’s Pharma®, The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica and her special guest, Richard Li, a graduate of biochemistry, a graduate teaching assistant at Western Washington University, an author and concert pianist who studied to be a surgeon before switching paths to computer science and artificial intelligence.

For Kleyne, of course, everything begins with the water evaporation of the water vapor in the atmosphere. “Lack of education has been very concerning to me,” says Kleyne. “For planet earth to exist to eternity, people need to take the water seriously. Breathing the moisture in the atmosphere is vital to life. Evaporation takes you from dehydration to death. You need to know that word: Evaporation!”

Kleyne, founder and research director of Bio Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, is also concerned that artificial intelligence could be used to alter the atmosphere and negatively impact peoples’ lives and health. “Artificial intelligence is really about the body living with the water vapor in the atmosphere,” says Kleyne. “What is happening with that computer and algorithm is affected by the water vapor in the atmosphere.”

Richard Li describes how “artificial intelligence is all about using computers to write software that thinks and process information like humans do. I’m specializing in the field of the mathematics of machine learning and deep learning, which is sort of a subset of artificial intelligence,” says Li.

Li goes on to describe how machine learning uses mathematical models, algorithm, in order to take in data that you currently have and extrapolate it in order to accommodate future information. It allows you to build models that predict alternative outcomes. Deep learning uses what is called a convolutional network in order to model the human brain.

When Kleyne asks about applications of artificial intelligence to assist diagnosis in the medical field, Li is enthusiastic. “One of the goals we’re going for with artificial intelligence,” says Li, “is to be able to assist doctors in their practice.” Yet, there is much work to be done. “At this point,” Li cautions, “the medical world is very behind when it comes to adopting artificial intelligence. I do believe we can use artificial intelligence to diagnose illness. We can use algorithm to analyze patient symptoms.”

Kleyne also raises the issue of world security and the ways it might be impacted by artificial intelligence. “China,” says Li, “has the most highly developed artificial intelligence system in the world. More than 300 million facial recognition cameras are installed throughout China. If, for example, you jaywalk,” says Li, “a camera/computer will immediately identify you and deduct a fine from your bank account.”

Still, artificial intelligence can be a force for good and can be used for almost anything such as storage and predicting alternate outcomes, Li points out.

Listen to the talk radio program organized by program director Rose Hong of Global Dragon TV and featuring Richard Li, pianist and author of Find True North (an identity and freedom quest tale set in North Korea) who is also a graduate student and a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Western Washington University in computer science and artificial intelligence and new water technology educator and evaporative dry eye researcher Sharon Kleyne as they discuss artificial intelligence and its possible application to the medical field, security, atmosphere, education, water and evaporation, follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/121578/artificial-intelligence-will-it-change-the-world

If you would like to watch a brief, entertaining educational film that demonstrates the application of the new Dry Eye Solution® technology Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, sponsor of Sharon Kleyne’s talk radio program, go here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0gOr8TB45U

Yoga & Pure Water Technology Promise Longevity & Better Health For All Ages

Sharon Kleyne & Global Experts Teach Breath, New Water Technology & Yoga for Healthy Living. Sharon Kleyne’s Health Olympics Lifestyle Features Yoga & Breath of Life Water Technology.

Guest: Kelly Ross, registered yoga instructor and English teacher, Fairfax, Virginia

Annette Draper, co-founder of Club Northwest, a Top 100 Health Club in America, Grants Pass, Oregon

Dr. P. Sambhu B.A.M.S, Ayurvedic Doctor, Ayusha Ayurvedic Panchakarma Centres Kovalem and Vellayani, Kerala, India

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/120953/natural-healing-indian-experience

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/121468/the-science-of-yoga

Sharon Kleyne and colleagues Kelly Ross, Annette Draper and Dr. P. Sambhu B.A.M.S. agree that yoga, proper breath techniques and regular supplementation with pure water improve health at any age and promote longevity.

Yoga began in the Indus-Sarasvati civilization in Northern India some 5,000 years ago. The benefits of a regular yoga practice are many. At is core, yoga is a spiritual practice, yet its benefits are also biochemical, physiological and psychological. Yoga practitioners enjoy better digestion, deep, restorative sleep, higher energy and immunity, improved balance, greater strength and endurance, and more flexibility.

Yoga practitioners also experience a decrease in depression and anxiety and improvement in emotional well-being. Mood, memory, learning efficiency and the ability to concentrate are all enhance by yoga practice. Ask any regular yoga practitioner and she or he will tell you that as a result of their practice they have more mental clarity. They will say that they achieve more peace of mind and experience less stress, fear and anger.

The biochemistry of yoga practices is also beneficial. Yoga increases the amount of vitamin C in the body while decreasing sodium, glucose and cholesterol levels. This helps the body prevent diabetes, some forms of cancer, heart disease and other maladies.

International Ayurveda teacher Dr. P. Sambhu B.A.M.S explains that practitioners visit Ayurveda clinics (the most progressive are located in India) to discover ancient healing practices that include yoga for breath practice and spiritual advancement.

Kelly Ross, a yoga instructor and middle school English teacher in Fairfax, Virginia, shares that her yoga practice aids her work in the classroom. “I teach mindfulness practices and guided meditation once a week to my students, and they complain if for any reason we can’t do that.” Ross understands that Americans generally seek more physical yoga workouts, which she offers. Yet she also finds that once students are hooked, they become very interested in the breath and spiritual benefits of yoga as well. In fact, one branch, kundalini yoga, is mostly focused on still postures and breathing, what Kleyne calls “breath-stretching”.

Kleyne, host of the internationally syndicated radio program The Sharon Kleyne Hour Water Life Science®/Nature’s Pharma®, The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica, acknowledges that yoga raises awareness of proper breathing techniques and encourages consumption of pure water to replenish body water lost to evaporation. “Water is the magic nutrition of all life,” says Kleyne. “Food will be the next medicine, but water is the original medicine. Water is the secret to life!”

Annette Draper, a teacher devoted to yoga practice and the successful co-founder of Club Northwest, a Top 100 American health club, describes how at Sambhu’s Centre in India she received and felt the power of the concept of Flow. “Because of the food, yoga, chanting, body treatments, oil opening the third eye and my energy centers,” Draper said. “I was able to make a true connection of mind, body and spirit. I realized once again that you don’t expect a great life, you create one.”

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You can listen to the talk radio programs featuring former professional dancer Kelly Ross, certified yoga instructor, practicing attorney and middle school English teacher, Annette Draper, entrepreneur, top global success coach for Bob Proctor, elite level mindset coach with Impressions of Increase Coaching LLC., radio show host, and mega manifester, the amazing Dr. P. Sambhu B.A.M.S, Ayurvedic Doctor, Ayusha Ayurvedic Panchakarma Centres in Kovalem, Vellayani, Kerala, India and water technology educator and evaporative dry eye researcher Sharon Kleyne as they discuss yoga and its health benefits, breath, water, evaporation and Ayurveda from ancient times to the present moment, follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/121468/the-science-of-yoga

If you would like to watch a brief, entertaining educational film that demonstrates the application of the new Dry Eye Solution® technology Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, go here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0gOr8TB45U

You Must Have A Daily Health Plan Says Mary Carolyn & Sharon Kleyne

Carolyn & Health Olympics Inventor Kleyne Agree Nutrition Is the Next Additional Medicine after Water. Better Health Education Discussed by Sharon Kleyne & Nutritionist Mary Carolyn on Kleyne Talk Radio.

Threatened by aggressive illness and disease, billions of people around the world succumb to poor health and shortened lives because they do not know any better. “The problem is lack of education and awareness,” says Water Life Science® and Health Olympics creator Sharon Kleyne. “As Mary Carolyn says, people need a daily plan for better health.”

Carolyn has created a health acronym, HMMMM, for patients who want to be more proactive about their own health. “Of course,” says Carolyn, “people want to feel better and live longer if they know how.” Carolyn’s HMMMM stands for Hydration, Movement, Measurement, Micronutrients and Macronutrients. “Measurements of every kind are so important,” says Carolyn, who studies statistics and data. “Every day, people need to check their weight, blood pressure and waist circumference, then share these findings with their doctors. Carolyn believes that people should seek out a patient-centered doctor and be more proactive about their personal health. “I have a passion for giving people information,” Carolyn says, “then helping them take and study it for themselves.”

Carolyn and Kleyne agree that hydration is essential to good health and long life. Carolyn promotes the concept of having a plan for health and supports the concept of Kleyne’s Health Olympics. “People need movement, daily purpose and a social component such as eating with each other,” says Carolyn. Carolyn also supports a plant-based diet and learning to breathe properly via a movement technique such as Yoga, Qigong and Tai Chi. “Like Sharon says,” says Carolyn, “have a plan for your next meal and the next. What are you going to eat next?”

Kleyne and Carolyn are also interested in the state of health education, the health of newborns and education for children. Carolyn believes that “a child innately knows what good food is. We become programmed to eat processed food. If a nursing mother is eating a healthy diet, including water, then the breast milk is the most miraculous nutrition a baby could possibly have.”

Even so, Carolyn and Kleyne agree that better education should be going home with the young family after the birth of a baby and continue on through life. They agree that nutrition will be the next additional medicine and that water is the primary nutrition without which there would be no life.

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If you would like to listen to the program nutritionist, nutrition statistician, certified coach, yoga and Pilates instructor and gardener Mary Carolyn and Water Life Science® and Health Olympics inventor and educator Sharon Kleyne as they talk about hydration, breath, nutrition, and health education for all ages , you may follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/121317/new-year-new-you-effective-weight-management-and-hydration