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June

2018

The ECHO newsletter highlights, at a glance, an assortment of the Medical Council of Canada’s activities and milestones, revealing the range of developments, and progress made over the past months.

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“Natural-language processing” makes marking fast yet accurate Cutting-edge technology used to translate documents and chat with customers may soon help the Medical Council of Canada (MCC) mark written exam answers faster and just as accurately as traditional human marking. But candidates can rest assured they are not just being marked “by a machine.” Physicians will...

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