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  • Medical app to treat patients via AI
  • Medical app to treat patients via AI
    Pieter van Marion (2014) ©
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Medical app to treat patients via AI

Imagine being able to see a doctor whenever you needed; no more waiting for the clinic to open or frantically ringing to try and bag an appointment. Babylon is an artificially intelligent ‘doctor’ that its creators say is able to help prevent symptoms turning into illnesses.

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