Affordable universal healthcare access through autonomous mobile clinics
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At least half of the world’s population lacks access to essential health services and up to a third will remain underserved by 2030. Autonomous mobile clinics (AMCs) with ‘AI doctor’ functions may be key to reaching universal health coverage, particularly serving the “underserved”, the “hard-to-reach”, and the aging population. Accepted by the World Economic Forum as part of this year’s global health agenda: “How autonomous mobile clinics can help transform healthcare “, this AI for Good session focuses on developing self-driving vehicles as the next generation of healthcare delivery platforms, through which AI doctors and various applications could be configurated in various forms to suit the deployment situation.
Illustrating this concept, a recent example of an AI doctor application screening monkeypox based on images taken from resource-constrained devices such as low-end mobile phones will be presented. Join this live discussion on how to further develop, open source and standardize AI doctors’ functions. Learn how AI can help scale this pilot in underserved communities through a demand-driven approach and multistakeholder partnerships will help set industry standards and scale-up the benefits.
This live event includes a 15-minute networking event hosted on the AI for Good Neural Network. This is your opportunity to ask questions, interact with the panelists and participants and build connections with the AI for Good community.