Speech recognition drug system to be developed
Two Hungarian companies are currently developing a drug recommendation system for pharmacies, which is based on speech recognition, project coordinator G-Management Zrt informed Hungarian news agency MTI today.
Based on the key words of the symptoms communicated by the patient, the system will display the relevant non-prescription drugs on the pharmacist's computer screen.
Some HUF 270 mln have been invested in the project, including a HUF 202 mln European Union grant. Development is expected to be completed by the end of 2015.
The project consortium also includes ThinkTech Nonprofit Kft and the Department of Telecommunications and Media Informatics of Budapest University of Technology.
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