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Stuart Carlson for November 13, 2019

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    guyjen2004  12 months ago

    Riiiiight.

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    kaffekup   12 months ago

    “Alexa, based on the symptoms he put in the sign-in kiosk, what’s this patient’s diagnosis? And suggest medications and a prognosis.”

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    Night-Gaunt49  12 months ago

    In the first episode of “Max Headroom” (1985)(1986) shows people using their tvs to get a doctor’s opinion on them. One guy shoves his butt to the screen to be looked at for sores etc.

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    Concretionist  12 months ago

    Google, it turns out, is getting a lot of private medical information, including diagnoses, laboratory test results, hospitalization records, and other data, patient names and birth dates.

    https://arstechnica.com/science/2019/11/would-you-trust-google-with-your-medical-records-it-might-already-have-them/

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    seamusrmacdonald  12 months ago

    Don’t forget to sell ALL the information to anyone with the necessary.

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    Zebrastripes  12 months ago

    Most electronic devises spy on you, including your TV, Alexa, Google, FB, etc.

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