Using smartphones to screen for disease


Many smartphones can already detect your heart rate; now, research is being undertaken to see whether a smartphone’s built-in microphone can act as a stethoscope as well. — Filepic

The healthcare landscape is constantly evolving with the introduction of new innovations using artificial intelligence (AI) and hardware technologies.

Google Health recently unveiled how AI can be utilised both in and out of the hospital setting, using gadgets you already own, to generate quick results.

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