Will Artificial Intelligence Replace Physicians? with Moshe Safran of RSIP Vision

Moshe Safran is the CEO of RSIP Vision U.S. He leads RSIP’s business development for the United States, which represents the company’s largest market. Moshe works with the company’s partners to power their products and services by developing AI and computer vision modules. He also oversees customer communication and project management, while providing expert guidance in algorithm development, planning and execution of new projects.  We discuss the role of artificial intelligence in healthcare, like which specialties are being the most affected, where he sees it taking us in the next decade, how they collect the data for machine learning, and how, as always, if something goes wrong, the liability falls solely on our shoulders. He is an experienced R&D leader in computer vision algorithms, from hands-on research and implementation to project management and business development. Moshe received his BS in physics and a graduate degree in computational neuroscience from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.