'Robo-doctor' platform doc.ai leverages AI, blockchain for patient care

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Doc.ai launched its natural language processing platform Aug. 24, which enables healthcare companies to answer patients' questions through "robo-doctors."

Through the doc.ai mobile app, patients can have personalized, artificial intelligence-powered conversations based on their healthcare data. For example, doc.ai might provide answers and context after a patient asks: "How can I decrease my cholesterol in the next 3 weeks?" or "Why was my glucose level over 100 and a week later it is at 93?" Doc.ai also uses blockchain to timestamp patient data.

In the next year, doc.ai plans to roll out modules related to three areas of healthcare, called Robo-Genomics, Robo-Hematology and Robo-Anatomics.

"We are making it possible for lab tests to converse directly with patients by leveraging advanced artificial intelligence, medical data forensics and the decentralized blockchain," said Walter De Brouwer, founder and CEO of doc.ai.

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