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The future of healthcare: AI, augmented reality and drug-delivering drones
 

The future of healthcare: AI, augmented reality and drug-delivering drones

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Daniel Kraft says healthcare will be radically transformed by big data, constant connectivity and machine learning
 
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26 Nov 2016 - General
 
Change in the field of medicine is always welcome. Implanted chips for stroke or spinal cord injury patients to allow movement of their paretic limbs or trunk sounds promising. Delving into the molecular level to determine if there are subtypes of common lifestyle related diseases would be worth the time for investigation. Value-based medical care ,where preventing unnecessary hospitals is a priority, is something that should happen soon especially with the rise of apps. However, one thing is no...
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An interesting of The consensus view seems to be that technology helping in drug delivery and that for sure for future needs. Already drones started their action in delivery of medicines and blood samples in USA. Drones benificial in emergency delivery to where human access is not feasible where a fast delivery is required. But drones can be used for illegal drugs . With advanced technology is making Health care devices and watches. The technology is costly but effective but what should do if an...
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