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Google Has Signed an Agreement with Doctors for Obtaining Precise Data in Disease Diagnosis

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Google Has Signed an Agreement with Doctors for Obtaining Precise Data in Disease Diagnosis

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Google Has Signed an Agreement with Doctors for Obtaining Precise Data in Disease Diagnosis

Google has signed an agreement with doctors in order to get proficient information. AS per the company, the curated data from doctors will assist it in diagnosing diseases relying on symptoms. Ben Gomes, Google’s Senior VP – Search and Assistant, has announced the news on Tuesday. He also had a talk with students of his ALMA MATER St Joseph School, India. The executive replied to various issues, including concerns of inaccuracies over the internet in diagnosing diseases. Whereas a student noted there remains a probability that the data offered by Google Search Engine misguide people. They might reach a false conclusion of having a dangerous illness; apt to the wrong diagnosis.

While answering such types of concerns, Gomes said they had done a vast amount of work on this aspect. Thus the company has signed a deal with various doctors to figure out what the chances of some indications. The agreement also focuses on what likely the illness is to get precise data. As a result, the search engine has exclusive doctor-curated data. Even more, the information includes data from experts at healthcare companies, including other medical communities in various nations across the globe. In the end, the executive said people gain precise insight data they are achieving. Now it seems like the search engine giant has taken a lot of efforts to obtain accurate information.

Gomes, born in Tanzania and a Bengaluru-raised guy, turned emotional while visiting classrooms, including computer classes. He calls the visit to his school, as a great pleasure. Gomes also noted things might have changed, but the energy remains the same. While talking to students in the computer lab, he said in his school days having a simple calculator was a great sign of comfort. Whereas, the current students have a computer facility. Thus Gomes has recommended students to be curious about learning new things and go ahead.

Franklin Davis

Franklin did work as a medical representative before joining the health sector of Janmorgan Media. While his past as a writer has helped him write wonderful articles, what really matters is the insight he has in the world of health and medicine. He’s also our unofficial diet manager for the office, and you can find him reading some motivational books most of the time.

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