Program Predicts 911 Caller s Survival Chances


 
 

EMMA WOOLLACOTT | | Monday, November 23, 2009


Japanese researchers have developed a computer program which may be able to tell from an emergency call if the caller is about to die.

Kenji Ohshige and a team of researchers from the Yokohama City University School of Medicine in Japan assessed the new Yokohama computer-based triage emergency system for six months, collecting information from over 60,000 emergency calls.

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