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Patients can now speak to chatbot Sensely which can recognize their language and use speech recognition and artificial intelligence to cross-check symptoms against a large database to provide recommendations on managing care at home versus heading to the hospital.
In this interview, we speak with Adam Odessky, co-founder and CEO of Sensely, to understand how his company is using AI to transform healthcare
The new capability incorporates conversational content spoken by lifelike avatar characters to bring a sense of immediacy to the life insurance application process
Mayo has also collaborated with startup Sensely to build out a virtual nurse platform, called Molly, that offers patients self-service symptom triage
But in healthcare, knowledge is power, and new technologies are giving patients the knowledge they need to avoid a frantic trip to the ER
Similarly, Baidu’s medical chatbot, Melody, and Sensely’s Molly use deep learning and NLU to interactively assess patient conditions and then connect them to the appropriate resource if desired.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is slowly but surely becoming a part of the health-care industry and is bringing forth some revolutionary changes in the medical field
Molly is a virtual nurse from award winning startup Sensely that is able to recognize speech, translate spoken words into text and seamlessly integrates member data
The conventional wisdom that the best care is delivered in-person by experienced caregivers may soon be overturned….But new uses of virtual health and digital technologies may help the industry manage these challenges.
Sensely identified by the world’s leading research and advisory company as one of five Cool Vendors in Healthcare Artificial Intelligence
Following successful pilot in West Midlands, app is now available across Lewisham and Buckinghamshire
Rakuten Life Insurance incorporates virtual assistant technology into the application process for its popular “Super 2000” insurance offering
Platform extension allows third-party organizations to rapidly deploy virtual assistant technology into their existing apps
Digital Health firm inks multi-year, multi-million dollar agreement with Abu Dhabi’s NAS United Healthcare Services
Promising results indicate significant value for the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) as well as its large and diverse patient population