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Doctors Significantly Better Than Google, According To New Research

n" style="transform: translate3d(0px, 0px, 0px);">(Reuters Health) - Doctors are much better than symptom-checker programs at reaching a correct diagnosis, though the humans are not perfect and might benefit from using algorithms to supplement their skills, a small study suggests. In a head-to-head comparison, human doctors with access to the same information about medical history and symptoms as was put into a symptom checker got the diagnosis right 72 percent of the time, compared to 34 percent for the apps.
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