The consistent and exponential technological developments in the life sciences industry have vast implications for its future. Technology is becoming more efficient as the years pass, through data analysis, the Cloud and digital medical practices which have already become an integral part for most healthcare providers who have to use digital tools for their business to perform.
This means that many traditional roles within the current industry will likely change over the next couple of years, as the lines blur between human disciplines and machine learning. This is already in place as technology is facilitating much of the current patient and practitioner relationship, with personalised data that can accentuate care in a more specific manner.
Artificial Intelligence is set to become the biggest revolution as its forecasted to help both patients and practitioners throughout the industry. Machine learning is also expected to drastically change many aspects of healthcare, life sciences and biotech.