[dorkbotaustin-blabber] FYI: Exclusive: An AI Physician On Every Smartphone? An Xprize Challenge

Mark VanMiddlesworth mvanmidd at fas.harvard.edu
Wed Jun 16 13:11:05 EDT 2010


Looks like it might take a while... current state of the art is texting
heart rate to a cell phone. From TFA: "Even though a formal AI physician has
not yet seen widespread success, smartphones have nevertheless made several
strides in this direction.  AirStrip
Technologies<http://www.airstriptech.com/>is developing a suite of
hardware/software solutions that allow physicians
and nurses to monitor important vital signs from their smartphone." (I
wonder how much they're going to charge for this amazing, state of the art
technology)

Go singularity! We're all going to live forever with out magical *
intelligent* phones!

-mark

On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 12:28 PM, <jameschoate at austin.rr.com> wrote:

> There should be a lot of applications for this sort of technology...
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> http://singularityhub.com/2010/06/14/exclusive-an-ai-physician-on-every-smartphone-an-xprize-challenge/
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