Neurologic Diagnostics in 2035: The Neurology Future Forecasting Series

Innovations and advances in technologies over the past few years have yielded faster and wider diagnostic applications to patients with neurologic diseases. This article focuses on the foreseeable developments of the diagnostic tools available to the neurologist in the next 15 years. Clinical judgment is and will remain the cornerstone of the diagnostic process, assisted by novel technologies, such as artificial intelligence and machine learning. Future neurologists must be educated to develop, cultivate, and rely on their clinical skills, while becoming familiar with novel, often complex, assistive technologies.

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