You really don’t want to know when you are going to die, but America and technology are going to tell you just that! A super-computer installed at Boston’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre can predict when a person is going to meet their god, with almost about 96% accuracy. Yes, that’s really creepy.
The computer is loaded with information of over 250,000 patients studied for over 30 years. This pool of information enables speedy disease recognition and helps the computer to predict the probable time of a patient’s demise. The computer collects data every three minutes and measures everything from oxygen intake levels to blood pressure levels. This data can then be compared to the patient’s first and present visit and can also be compared with the data of a similarly ailing patient. The doctors working with the computer say that “If the computer says you’re going to die, you probably will die in the next 30 days.”
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