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Artificial intelligence: the doctors Chinese patients can't beat up

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30-Sep-17 The use of artificial intelligence such as IBM's Watson for diagnosing and treating cancer and other illnesses could help ease the load on China’s overburdened healthcare professionals, while reducing the increasingly common issue of doctors being physically assaulted. [image: South China Morning Post]

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MedAnt patient-to-patient Q&A social app launched in China

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20-Sep-17 MedAnt, a ground-breaking new patient information sharing app has launched on the WeChat platform in China, focusing mainly on oncology and ophthalmology. MedAnt is a social app where patients share experiences via paid Q&A and free group chats. [image: Weixin]

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KT to enter Kazakhstan’s digital healthcare market

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27-Sep-17 KT Corporation (formerly Korea Telecom) announced it will enter Kazakhstan’s digital healthcare market and plans to develop the overseas digital healthcare market aggressively in the future, and market its mobile diagnostic solutions. [image: Business Korea]

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Is the Korean public ready for data-driven healthcare?

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25-Sep-17 Medical professionals in Korea are looking to data-driven healthcare, such as precision medicine, artificial intelligence and big data to address rising costs, chronic illness, and aging population. But concerns remain around the public's willingness to accept these services. [image: Korea Biomedical Review]

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