Medical diagnoses aided by artificial intelligence (AI) have great potential to benefit crash victims, says Brampton personal injury lawyer Nital Gosai.
U.K.-based magazine Autocar reports that vehicle manufacturer Hyundai is developing technology designed to alert emergency services to the specific details of the occupants’ injuries immediately following an accident.
According to the industry outlet, the carmaker has teamed up with an AI specialist to cut emergency response times by translating data from in-built sensors into a prediction of required medical treatment.
“Obviously, it’s at an early stage, but if we can understand the nuances of the technology and the thresholds for triggering calls to emergency services, it could be a fantastic development for injury victims,” Gosai, founder of Gosai Law, tells AdvocateDaily.com.
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