Nvidia announces AI-powered health care ‘agents’ that outperform nurses — and cost $9 an hour

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High-powered chipmaker Nvidia has teamed up with artificial intelligence health care company Hippocratic AI to develop generative AI “agents” that not only outperform human nurses on video calls but cost a lot less per hour.

The two companies on Thursday announced their collaboration to build “empathetic health care agents” powered by Nvidia and trained on Hippocratic’s health care-focused large language model (LLM) that are better able to form a human connection with patients through “super-low latency conversational reactions.”

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Hippocratic’s agents have already been tested by more than 1,000 registered nurses and 100 licensed physicians in the U.S., and dozens of health care providers are trying out the bots internally for non-diagnostic tasks.

The company’s data shows its bots outperform not only rivals such as OpenAI’s GPT-4 and the LLaMA 2 70B Chat, but beat human nurses in every category tested.

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