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Microsoft’s interest in health-related artificial intelligence

Microsoft’s interest in health-related artificial intelligence

Washington: US technology giant Microsoft has decided to buy a company working on artificial intelligence in the health sector. According to a foreign news agency, Microsoft will buy Nuance Communications Inc. for 16 billion.

Satya Nedella, CEO of MicroSaft, said in a statement that Nuance Healthcare is one of the leading companies providing cloud strategy and artificial intelligence to speech technology, with artificial intelligence and healthcare applications among its top priorities. Are more important. Microsoft has been working with the company in telehealth services since 2019.

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