Ping An’s AskBob Doctor is a clinical decision support tool that never stops learning -- powered by artificial intelligence (AI) and real user cases in hospitals and telemedicine.

As a natural language learner, AskBob scans and reads from research papers, diagrams, assessing health data, amassing a giant database that now covers more than 30,000 diseases, 170,000 types of medicine and 38 million clinical research papers.

Ping An's AskBob Doctor was put to the test at the 2021 International Diabetes Federation (IDF) Virtual Congress. It competed head-to-head with six endocrinologists from four hospitals in the International Human-Machine Competition on Diabetes Management. A panel of experts awarded AskBob 92.4 points and the human doctors 89.5 points.

Watch the competition video to learn more information. 

Part 1 - Opening Speech by Dr Andrew Boulton, President of the International Diabetes Federation and Professor at the University of Manchester.

Part 2 - Competition rules, introduction and competition recording

Part 3 - How can we differentiate the AI doctor and human doctor's results?

Part 4 - Case 7 review by judge Jean Claude Mbanya, Honorary President of the International Federation, Director of National Obesity Centre at the Central Hospital in Cameroon.

Part 5 - Case 5 review by judge Bee Yong Mong, Head and Senior Consultant in the Department of Endocrinology at Singapore General Hospital.

Part 6 - Case 2 review by judge Chen Liming, President of Tianjin Medical University Chu Hsien-I Memorial Hospital

Part 7 - Results announcement and closing speech by Doctor Xie Guo Tong, Chief Healthcare Scientist at Ping An Group and Deputy General Manager at Ping An Technology and Professor Linong Ji, Director of Endocrinology and Metabolism at Peking University People’s Hospital.

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