Health IT Analytics September 7, 2022
Mark Melchionna

New research shows that two new mobile apps are using various artificial intelligence features to successfully detect and manage diseases such as COVID-19 and COPD.

Research from the Maastricht University Institute of Data Science and the University of Bristol described new mobile apps that are using artificial intelligence (AI) features, such as voice analytics and symptom tracking, to track and treat COVID-19 and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

As AI use has grown during the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers are continuing to examine how medical conditions can benefit from its implementation.

Presented at the 2022 European Respiratory Society International Congress, researchers shared details regarding the mobile phone apps, one of which uses vocal patterns and AI to track COVID-19. This is possible...

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