Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Sick? Hurt? Don't Google
Sick? Hurt? Don't Google your symptoms use Bouy. The free app, developed by a Harvard doctor, has you type in what's wrong; then using an algorithm with access to thousands of up-to-date medical studies, Buoy asks you informed questions about your symptoms. Each time you answer, it recalibrate, narrowing down the potential illnesses or problems to arrive at the most likely issue, with 92 percent accuracy. It claims its closes competitor, WebMD, has only a 56 percent accuracy. (Men's Journal)
at May 17, 2017
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