What if coughing into your smartphone could save your life?

Using machine learning (commonly referred to as artificial intelligence), the app detects and tracks a user's cough in real time via their smartphone or a connected wearable device. —Relaxnews

The American start-up Hyfe is proposing an application to identify possible respiratory problems, simply by analysing a person's cough. To do this, the app draws an impressive database of sounds that helps it recognise certain conditions.

Hyfe is a free and ad-free mobile cough-monitoring application. It is billed as a real diagnostic tool, developed in collaboration with a team of health professionals, notably in partnership with the University of Navarra in Spain.

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