- In future, artificial intelligence will help to diagnose patients and develop the medicine required at “very low costs,” says venture capitalist Tim Draper.
- He said medical costs have been “crazy high” for many years. “Finally, we’re going to have a way of doing health care a lot cheaper.”
- Ibrahim Ajami of Mubadala, said the coronavirus has led to “probably the most significant acceleration of technology … we will witness in our lives” and that the role of technology in health care has changed.
The use of technology is going to make health care “almost free around the world,” according to venture capitalist Tim Draper.
“Health care is completely going digital,” he told CNBC’s Dan Murphy during a panel discussion at FinTech Abu Dhabi, which was held virtually this