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Paris, France is just too real for some tourists to handle. This results in Japanese tourists getting sick, and seeking therapy because of unmet expectations.
Paris Syndrome sounds like a condition a college freshman that has read too many Jane Austen books might develop. While the name implies something young and idealized, it can be a very serious disorder that, in the tourist season of 2011, affected twenty tourists visiting the city of lights, according to The Atlantic.
Japanese doctors reveal how AI software helped save the life of a cancer patient.
As we fear robots and other creations endowed with artificial intelligence taking over our lives, there is a distinct (and more likely) possibility that our tech will actually be helping us. A new computer program just saved a Japanese woman by correctly identifying her disease when other methods failed.