Early clinical results show Cardiogram’s artificial intelligence, dubbed DeepHeart, can recognize hypertension and sleep apnea from wearable heart rate sensors with 82% and 90% accuracy, respectively, reports Cardiogram on its blog.
For sleep apnea, DeepHeart achieved an accuracy (c-statistic, or AUC ROC) of 90%, with several attractive operating points. For example, we can detect 52% of sleep apnea ( compared to 20% today) with a specificity of 97%. If a specificity of 82% is acceptable, then we can detect even more sleep apnea, about 75% of people. For hypertension, the AUC was 0.82, with an example operating point of 81% sensitivity at 63.2% specificity.