AI-Powered 'Doctor' Adds Fuel To China Digital Health Investment Fire
China’s artificial intelligence-powered healthcare ambition takes a new form, a 24-hour health clinic complete with a medicine dispenser that may eventually be coming to a city corner near you. Pharma companies are also continuing to build digital health services in the country as part of the health technology push.
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