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China tackles the epidemic with modern drones and robust AI Technology

China tackles the epidemic with modern drones and robust AI Technology

China is fighting the deadliest Covid-19 epidemic with newly improved technologies. It is using fifth-generation (5G) technology alone with Artificial Intelligence and drones. These modern tools have helped reduce the risk of infection in the disease struck the city of Wuhan in China with applications like high-definition live broadcasts and medical analysis. A medical team from Beijing had recently discussed to improve the 5G technology and the efficiency of diagnosis and treatment.

Tong Zhaohui, vice-president of Beijing Chaoyang Hospital and a specialist in the treatment of critical respiratory-disease patients also participated in the online medical consultation in Wuhan. Tong said that "the 5G remote case discussion focused on patients in a critical condition and helped improve the diagnosis and treatment process. The hospitals in Wuhan could also be connected with each other with 5G technology."

Experts said that the 5G technology will have large bandwidths and low delay; thereby it could make diagnosis and treatment more efficient, convenient, and safe. It also has a far-reaching significance for telemedicine as well as other medical applications. With the help of 5G technology many AI robots are being launched which has become increasingly popular in hospitals and medical institutions in Hubei, Shanghai, Shandong, Gansu, and other places.

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