groupNicholas Heng

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As demonstrated by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), the skills and knowledge gained as a graduate are applicable to a wide range of industries (AHIMA 2017). Yet, the acquisition of skill and knowledge has been kept within the traditional domains of learning – such as essays, exams and work placements. Since the beginning of the new millennium, the world has been changing at unprecedented speeds. From brick-sized mobile phones to the iPhone X, giant box televisions to curved televisions. In the United Kingdom, companies such as DeepMind have partnered with the National Health Service to create artificial intelligence systems that are capable of improving the equality of access to care, and searching for new methods of diagnosis.

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