Too many doctors rush to write prescriptions, making it difficult for patients to understand what they wrote. This problem has been known for decades. Many tech companies have solved it. Try to solve itWith little success.
Google is now translating unintelligible texts.
The search giant revealed Monday at its annual conference, India, that it has partnered with pharmacists in order to improve doctors’ handwriting.
Google Lens will now have the ability to upload a photo of a prescription to their photo library or take a photo of it.
After the image has been processed, the app detects any drugs mentioned in the note. This was demonstrated by a Google executive at Satanic Station.
The company didn’t immediately disclose when it plans on releasing the new capability.
Google for India, the company’s annual event for South Asian markets, showcases dozens of new developments. The company also said that it is working on one unified model to cover more than 100 Indian languages for both speech and text to enable the internet journey of the next millions of individuals in the South Asian market.
India is a key market for Google. It has more than half of a billion users. However, it has been one of the most difficult years for Google in South Asian markets. In recent months, India’s antitrust regulator has twice slapped the company.
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