About 430 thousand preliminary diagnoses were made by Moscow doctors using artificial intelligence, whose algorithms cover 95 per cent of diagnoses of city residents, the official website of the Moscow Mayor reports.
According to the First Deputy Head of the Office of the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development, Yulia Urozhaeva, based on patient complaints, the instrument selects three most likely diagnoses from 265 possible groups from the current list of the international classification of diseases.
The main advantage of the system is that it saves specialists time. It is noted that a doctor himself decides whether to agree with the proposed diagnosis or not. To confirm the preliminary diagnosis, a patient is sent for additional examinations or consultations with experts.