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Medi-Cars: Taking “onboard diagnostics” to a new level

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An Israeli startup called MDGo could put a real dent in the ambulance-chasing business if its bid to leverage deep learning and biomechanical modeling succeeds in turning cars into triage doctors.

The idea is elegantly simple: Use information gathered by a vehicle’s multiaxis accelerometers and other sensors during an accident in order to help predict the injuries inflicted on the occupants, and share this data

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