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Study shows MD diagnosis more accurate than Google, for now

Seems Google doesn't diagnose quite folks as well as human doctors do... yet. Clearly, the doctors in this article are clinging to the hope that they'll still be relevant in a few years. Via Huff Po: Doctors also got it right more often for the more serious conditions and the more uncommon diagnoses, while computer algorithms were better at spotting less serious conditions and more common diagnoses, according to the results published in a research letter in JAMA Internal Medicine.
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