Neil Jacobstein, Co-Chair of A.I. and Robotics, Singularity University, discusses the implications of introducing physician's assistant AI mobile devices as a clinical decision support package for physicians. The Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE is being offered to a team that first develops a physicians assistant on a mobile device that can outperform 10 board certified physicians in diagnosis and therapy recommendations. Read more about Neil Jacobstein. Filmed at Exponential Medicine, in February 2013, at Singularity University.