Google Lens will soon be able to decipher doctors’ writings…

The Google Lens app uses image recognition to analyze elements of everyday life. For example, it can find the password of an Internet router and then enter it in the phone settings, or even scan the front of a restaurant, translate a text… and soon it will also be able to decipher the handwriting of doctors.

A tool for scanning prescriptions

Google collaborates with doctors and pharmacists in order for the application to understand recipes. In a press release, the American company explains that it will beassistive technology for digitizing handwritten medical documents“. The goal is to enableto increase the number of people in the loop, such as pharmacists, but no decision will be made solely on the results of this technology“.

The announcement took place at a conference in India, the country with the most users of the application. Google has not said when this feature will launch. for the general public it is therefore necessary to be patient and immerse yourself for the moment in the skin of Champollion.


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