From a mother ‘reuniting’ with her dead daughter to online classes during the pandemic, digital technology is changing the way people who need support, counselling and social services will get help. Photo: MBC. From a mother ‘reuniting’ with her dead daughter to online classes during the pandemic, digital technology is changing the way people who need support, counselling and social services will get help. Photo: MBC.
From a mother ‘reuniting’ with her dead daughter to online classes during the pandemic, digital technology is changing the way people who need support, counselling and social services will get help. Photo: MBC.

How AI, virtual reality and augmented reality will improve social services: the future of health care in the 5G era

  • The advent of 5G digital technology will expand the ways social services can be provided, a Hong Kong expert believes
  • Services moved online amid the coronavirus pandemic, and soon a doctor anywhere in the world will be able to conduct virtual home visits for the vulnerable

Topic |   Wellness
From a mother ‘reuniting’ with her dead daughter to online classes during the pandemic, digital technology is changing the way people who need support, counselling and social services will get help. Photo: MBC. From a mother ‘reuniting’ with her dead daughter to online classes during the pandemic, digital technology is changing the way people who need support, counselling and social services will get help. Photo: MBC.
From a mother ‘reuniting’ with her dead daughter to online classes during the pandemic, digital technology is changing the way people who need support, counselling and social services will get help. Photo: MBC.
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