There are currently 4.62 billion network users worldwide.
Google Lens is an image recognition tool.
Technology has been evolving in recent years around the world, so the companies that are dedicated to this are working on new tools that will help people. This is the case of Google, which is working on a function to decipher the handwriting of doctors.
According to the new Digital 2022 study, carried out by We Are Social and Hootsuiterevealed that the number of users of social networks now equals more than 58 percent of the world’s total population.
Also, this new report from the technology firm revealed that there are currently 4.62 billion network users worldwidewhich represents year-on-year growth of more than 10 percent since last year.
It was learned that, in India, Google announced that it is working on a new function for Google Lens which is an image recognition tool, which aims to decipher prescriptions written by doctors using artificial intelligence.
Using this feature will help users by simply uploading an image of the doctor through Lens and letting the AI do the rest.
It was learned that the technology will automatically recognize handwritten text and digitally display the name of the drug.
Through a statement shared by TechCrunch, Google emphasized that this tool can support the “Digitization of handwritten documents”.
However, Manish Gupta, Director of Google Research India, mentioned that “no decision will be made based solely on the result provided by this technology.”
It is very common all over the world that a doctor can prescribe a specific medication, but when it comes to getting to the pharmacy, and there are various types of creams or pills, and just the word differential cannot be understood, so it will be quite interesting to see exactly how this feature comes to life.
So far, Google hasn’t confirmed a date for exactly when this functionality would reach users, but did offer a preview of the functionality on Twitter.
“We have begun to work on the complex process of identifying what is written on medical prescriptions by creating an assistance model to digitize it, using AI, for medical health professionals,” the tweet reads. To Spanish.
This tool is not unique in the world, since many technology companies have tried to solve the problem of reading prescriptions fluently, but none have been successful.
As an example, the Mountain View giant, which has managed to find a solution thanks to artificial intelligence, and only time will tell if it will be successfully implemented in the Lens tool.
Or, there are a few other optical character recognition (OCR) systems out there today that work with very good accuracy, even though they aren’t designed to interpret handwritten drug names, as Google intends with its AI.
And this is how technology continues to be a good option for humanity to advance and perform tasks that were previously complex.
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