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Artefact’s Aim health clinic can drive itself to the patient

This concept for a self-driving mobile medical clinic by Seattle studio Artefact includes diagnostics powered by artificial intelligence.

Aim self driving car by Artefact

The Aim platform relies on a mobile app and set of home devices that constantly track the user’s health. These would include a mixture of automatic monitoring, self-reporting and active testing, which could be done from home.

Aim self driving car by Artefact

Aim could also register changes in users’ voices, and use the data to measure emotional wellbeing. The platform could potentially be integrated into other Internet-of-Things devices to extend its reach.

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