Does technology also open up previously undreamed-of possibilities?

Or is it always just about doing something better?

Fuád Abuschuscha

Technology definitely opens up new opportunities as well. A great example of this is a system developed by Michigan University called CLARAi. It’s an acronym for “clinical augmented reality and artificial intelligence.” The system aims to make pain visible. As a patient, you are probably familiar with the difficulty or inadequacy of describing exactly what is going on inside you. In the case of pain, there is also the fact that the intensity described is regularly underestimated. However, especially with pain, your subjective perception is what should determine. Pain is often rather nebulous and vague. In addition, they usually lack the language to talk specifically about pain.

One way to solve this problem is to visualize pain, and that’s where CLARAi comes in. A way has been found to use neuronal movements and activities in the brain to represent them visually. This visual representation enables a better understanding and also a more targeted communication about it.

What does this have to do with intelligentization?

Intelligentization plays a crucial role here, as it enables us to evaluate large volumes of data and additionally relate them to other ‘environment’ parameters. In the next step, this will make it possible to improve these systems so that everyone can benefit from them in everyday life in the future.

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