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AI mobile app will have the ability to predict upcoming cancer!

AI (Artificial Intelligence) and machine learning are two very important tools that help in understanding. In the absence of AI machines, the data of wearable devices will be completely useless for both sellers and users. That is why most developers wearable applications, add AI Engineering to wearable health and wellness applications.


A health and wellness platform should contain medical data from a variety of sources, such as manuals, magazines and public health data to summarize a physician's knowledge. After the addition of specific patient medical data, with machine learning clinical models of patients should emerge.

AI can be useful in so many different areas in general, but in the health field it is necessary.

  • It can be used for preventive health.

Of great interest is a Google effort that it will potentially make nanobots in the arteries of patients. These, following their infusion, detect at a very early stage diseases such as cancer, but also an upcoming stroke or heart attack. This information will result from changes in a patient's biochemistry as well as their molecular and cellular levels.

Then patients just need to wear one w wrist device, which will give its AI engine platform the data it receives and with the help of machine learning will detect anomalies - if they exist.

  • Can be used for medical advice.

During a disorder the patient may report it to doctor or to an AI health advisor. An AI neural network can detect the disease earlier than a doctor. Generally speaking, the more powerful the machine learning algorithms are, the more detailed the report they provide.


  • It can be used to manage medications.

An AI doctor prescribes a patient and immediately medical data and the prescription for the drugs is already on the platform. It is then sent to the wearable patient and he can order the medicines using contactless payment systems built into the wearable. device. The wearable can still remind the patient when to take their medicine.

  • It can monitor the pulse and arterial pressure pressure.

Such wearables are very useful for users following a specific routine to improve their condition. They also have the ability to provide statistics such as heart condition, blood pressure, sugar and weight.



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