App trial screens for signs of Parkinson's

By Rachael Ward
Updated October 6 2022 - 4:08pm, first published 4:04pm
RMIT engineers and Australian neurologists have developed an app that uses AI to analyse voices. (Con Chronis/AAP PHOTOS)
RMIT engineers and Australian neurologists have developed an app that uses AI to analyse voices. (Con Chronis/AAP PHOTOS)

An app designed to screen for signs of Parkinson's disease is being trialled in Victoria in the hope it could help patients in remote areas quickly be referred to a specialist for earlier treatment.

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