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AsaCoco_Alumni t1_j15l8kz wrote

It's got way way more potential...

Use AI combined with Japan-style Annual Medicals, with the AI in the background creating mega data sets, continuely throwing things at the wall to find corrolation, and then presenting the compelling matches between negative incident (death, injury event) patterns and subtle shifts and/or combinations in patients bio history, and it'll prevent tens, hundreds of thousands of death events and tens of millions of non-fatal but disabling events.


Apprehensive_Bees t1_j16c04k wrote

This would be truly amazing. Sadly though it won’t happen in Japan at least. A healthcare system so isolated from itself but has an unspoken rule of having hardware barely capable of running their copy of windows 95 and their record software which is so basic yet so convoluted doctors struggle to navigate it.

Annual medicals are great here mind and save lives, but infrastructure is a let down


dbxp t1_j16oog1 wrote

The AI is providing marginal benefit there