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    RESPONSE to: RE: Artificial intelligence in healthcare: past, present and future
    • Haipeng Shen, Professor and Area Coordinator University of Hong Kong

    Dear Reader:

     

    Thanks so much for notifying us about the figure misalignment issue in the original article - “Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Past, Present and Future.”

     

    We have now investigated the issue. The misalignment originated from a glitch during the production stage. We now have fixed the issue and updated the online version of the paper. The latest publication is attached for your reference. Please accept our sincere apology for the mistake.

     

    Yours sincerely,

    Haipeng Shen

    Professor and Area Coordinator

    Innovation and Information Management

    Faculty of Business and Economics

    University of Hong Kong

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    RE: Artificial intelligence in healthcare: past, present and future
    • Guy Handelman, Clinical Lecturer Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

    It appears that the figures to not match their descriptive text: Figure 8 is not a stylised representation of an neural network - it is a stylised representation of a support vector machine and figure 9 is not a stylised representation of a deep learning network, the authors illustration is more of a conventional neural network with only one hidden layer.

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