How are AI & IoT technologies changing our medical behaviour?

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Dinky Lin,AIOT Specialist,China Mobile International (UK):Robin Duke-Woolley Analyst, CEO, Beecham Research

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When you register for the webinar, you will able to download the new executive report by world-leading analyst firm, Beecham Research: "Coordinating Patient Healthcare with Connected Medical Devices" Digital technology is gradually being closely integrated with health and medical care, trying to apply the development of artificial intelligence and the internet of things to the healthcare industry. It is an essential part of the second decade of the 21st century. After years of application developments and tests, how to use AI & IoT to efficiently retain our daily health monitoring habits such as Using the wearable; to process and resolve patient information in the shortest possible time; to make medical treatment more effective and cheaper; and to make medical treatment safer, with fewer errors and more accurate. These are the most urgent and ideal goal in all medical fields. Join us in this webinar to dive into how we can achieve this ideal goal. Current smart technologies being used in the healthcare industry including analysis on both benefits to improve current health care and the challenges seen As small as innovative home technology, such as smart home devices and wearable, how can it improve our daily medical behaviour personally and enlarge to a country scale? Digital health and medical care can potentially lead to long-term improvement in patient care and why it’s important to us. Find out how technologies make us become modern patients

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