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AI and 10 seconds of voice can screen for diabetes, new study in Mayo Clinic journal reveals

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A very interesting application of AI to develop a tool, still remains the task of validating the results obtained but if all goes well this could become another weapon in the fight for chronic diseases.

Of course developing a tool for one single task is not enough to replace any professional that have to do many different ones on his job, but it could really make that single task much easier to do.

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AI and 10 seconds of voice can screen for diabetes, new study in Mayo Clinic journal reveals

AI is continuing to replace humans in the health field.

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AI is continuing to replace humans in the health field.

That would be wrong, the article do not describe anything that could be represented validly as replacing any professional, it at much describes a new tool for those professionals to do their jobs.

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That would be wrong, the article do not describe anything that could be represented validly as replacing any professional, it at much describes a new tool for those professionals to do their jobs.

In your personal opinion, this article represents the rule for the role of AI in the entire health field? Let's count the fallacies in that "thought".

Your misunderstanding of the content of the article is overwhelming because nowhere does it say AI is not replacing humans in the health field.

Can you show a quote from the article supporting your clim? If not, it means you accept the fact that AI is replacing humans in the health field, as is commonly know by anyone working in the health field.

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In your personal opinion, this article represents the rule for the role of AI in the entire health field? Let's count the fallacies in that "thought".

There is no personal opinion about the argument, nothing in the article describes how AI could do all the tasks one professional in healthcare is expected to do.

Do you how easy is to prove this? just looking at your comment and how you evade this argument and just claim other people don't understand it instead of actually making an argument on your own is clear evidence this is not the case.

Can you show a quote from the article supporting your clim? 

My claim is that the article do not describe anything that could be represented as replacing a professional, just giving them a tool, The article makes it painfully clear when describing the findings "A Potential New Screening Tool "

You on the other hand provide zero evidence any professional is being replaced, or that AI can do all the different tasks one would be expected to do, just claim others are the ones misunderstanding the article without giving any actual argument for this claim either.

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AI is continuing to replace humans in the health field.

This is a fact.

“Voice technology could revolutionize healthcare practices as an accessible and affordable digital screening tool.”

One of the many benefits.

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Just reading the comments. How can anyone see this as bad news?

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Just reading the comments. How can anyone see this as bad news?

There will be always people that refuse to accept new things, and that will exaggerate and take out of proportions these new things and make invalid negative conclusions to mislead others. The article makes a very clear claim A Potential New Screening Tool for Undiagnosed Diabetes, That's it, a tool, that will hopefully help professionals do their jobs in an easier or better way, not replacing those professionals.

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