According to Huawei's official website, there are 19 million visually impaired children worldwide, and half of them can avoid blindness or be cured by treatment. Many ophthalmologists find it difficult to communicate with children correctly to find symptoms. For example, traditional visual acuity checklists can be used for children with expressive or even impaired abilities. It is also difficult to express directly where you can see and where you can not see.
Huawei's Track AI, through Kirin 980 processor, draws children's attention through software and cute icons and tracks them, so that they can judge what conditions children have visual impairment, and then help doctors prescribe drugs and find treatment methods.
This Track AI does not need a network link, just throughMobile phoneThis makes the use of Track AI more flexible. At present, this function is collected in research centers in five countries and relevant databases are established. Once sufficient databases are established, the related services and functions will be widely open for trial. It is expected to be officially launched in 2020 to assist medical workers as soon as possible.