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By: Killian Bell • March 3, 2021 at 7:23 AM
After obtaining government approval, the excellent ECG function of Apple Watch is one step closer to launching in Australia.
A new self-learning algorithm can detect blood pumping problems by reading an electrocardiogram (also called ECG or EKG) to predict whether a patient is experiencing heart failure.
A special computer algorithm based on artificial intelligence (AI) created by Mount Sinai researchers can learn how to recognize subtle changes in an electrocardiogram (also called an electrocardio
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Is the $399 Apple Watch Series 7 more valuable than the $279 Apple Watch SE or the $199 Series 3? We have compared the similarities and differences between Apple's current smartwatch series to help