Samsung users in the UK will soon be able to video chat with doctors through the Health app

#Samsung users in the UK will soon be able to get #AI-powered medical consultations through preinstalled technology provided by Korean tech company #Babylon. Now, those users will be able to consult doctors through video chat and look up symptoms through the #Samsung Health app, as reported by Financial Times. [Read More]

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#Samsung users in the UK will soon be able to get #AI-powered medical consultations through preinstalled technology provided by London-based tech company #Babylon.
Those users will be able to consult doctors through video chat and also look up symptoms through the #Samsung Health app, as reported by Financial Times.
Interested users will have to pay $67 a year (£50) or $33 (£25) for a single appointment to #Samsung, which will share profits with #Babylon.
Some National Health Service doctors in the UK have accused #Babylon of only choosing to serve patients with easy-to-treat symptoms, shifting care away from more serious cases.
Despite the initial criticism, #Babylon will soon roll out worldwide on #Samsung devices, anonymous sources told FT.Update June 1st, 5:45PM ET: This article has been corrected to reflect that #Babylon is a company based in London, UK.

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Source: The Verge