New technologies are making impacts in scientific research at the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Artificial intelligence and machine learning take center stage when it comes to drug and addiction data. NIDA Program Director for Big Data and Computational Science Susan Wright provides an outlook for tech on helping the agency better understand data and also how data is improving overall health care system operations to better treat patients. She also highlights a program that harnesses smart phones to deliver evidence-based addiction treatment interventions.
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Data is helping health clinicians improve drug addiction treatment.
Susan Wright, Program Director for Big Data and Computational Science, NIDA
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