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    Mobile applications

    AI assisted healthcare

    Key facts about artificial intelligence
    How does it work? How does it help people

    Artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, or neural networks are terms that are used to describe technologies based on deep learning algorithms. Today AI algorithms are used in various fields of human activity. Artificial intelligence helps medical professionals solve complex problems that are too difficult, time consuming, or ineffective to solve alone.
    AI is not replacing doctors, but will become their assistant and a valuable resource that allows them to use their experience in the best possible way.

    How AI is used in medicine

    Machine learning algorithms are capable of identifying patterns in the same way that doctors can. It takes tens of thousands of specific samples to train the algorithms. The neural network is capable of learning, and the more data it uses, the more accurate the diagnosis will become.
    Models based on neural networks are available not only to doctors, but also to ordinary users

    Benefits of using AI for healthcare

    Primary self-diagnosis

    Monitoring your physical condition

    Get quick results in 1 minute


    Preliminary diagnosis of COVID-19

    Checking the likelihood of respiratory illness by the presence of symptoms, based on samples of breathing, coughing and voice. Diagnosis takes less than a minute.


    Preliminary diagnosis of skin diseases by photo

    Based on the uploaded photos, the application estimates the likelihood of a pathology out of 7 common types of skin diseases. The model is based on artificial intelligence algorithms and the analysis of several thousand images