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szdaily -> Tech and Science
Self-driving AI clinic can see patients on street
    2017-June-28  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Self-driving robotic health clinics that roll right up to patients on the street could one day become a reality.

A new concept dubbed Aim hopes to harness artificial intelligence (AI*) to improve everyday health care, using smart devices in the home as well as a mobile app to keep track of patient data.

With a self-driving clinic, patients could have access to accessible diagnostics* even if they can’t make it to the doctor, including thermography*, imaging and breath analysis and, it could even provide emergency transport if necessary.

Aim, developed by Seattle-based firm Artefact, is designed to help overcome some of the challenges of health care, including the common lack of access to patient data as a result of fragmented* sources.

The system would integrate data from Internet of Things* devices at home, such as smart watches or fitness trackers and smart mirrors. It would also rely on self-reporting from the patient, which could be recorded in the mobile app.

In essence, Artefact explains, this creates a unified, patient-owned health record. The system also relies on an autonomous clinic, which is equipped with a built-in pressure sensitive scale to measure body mass index (BMI*), balance and posture.

It also has a seat to conduct acoustic analysis of respiration* and cardiac rhythm*. There are also real-time instructions displayed all around, and it allows for telemedicine* consults.

“The concept aims to make health care far more effective and efficient, the firm explains, by better bridging the gap between patients and doctors.(SD-Agencies)

 

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