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How autonomous mobile clinics can transform healthcare in least developed countries

Autonomous mobile clinics with 'AI doctor' functions may be key to reaching universal health coverage. Image: Unsplash/National Cancer Institute

Ao Kong

Senior Programme Advisor and Chief of Resource Mobilization and Strategic Communications, United Nations Technology Bank for Least Developed Countries

Dr Shaoshan Liu

Senior Member at Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Asia Chair of IEEE Entrepreneurship

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How autonomous mobile clinics can improve access to healthcare. Image: Ao Kong/Shaoshan Liu
The four technical areas of autonomous mobile clinics. Image: Ao Kong/Shaoshan Liu

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