PARIS: An artificial intelligence (AI) program developed in China that has been diagnosed by doctors, has received Monday (Feb 12)
From the flu and asthma to life-threatening pneumonia and meningitis, systemically positively matched or out-performed.
Dozens of studies in recent months
AI-based technology learns and improves
"I believe that it will be able to perform now. Kang Zhang, Senior Researcher at the University of California, San Diego, told AFP.
"But AI will never replace a doctor," he adde Advertisement
"It will be the doctors to do a better job."
"It can mimic a human paediatrician"
"The new technology, said Zhang, is the first technology in the field.
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The asthma (97 per cent), bacterial meningitis and varicella, a common sinus infection (97 per cent), bacterial meningitis and varicella. (93 per cent), and mononucleosis (90 per cent)
"The range of diseases, diagnostic testing and options for treatment has increased.
"The work has the" potential to imp "Duc Pham, Professor of Engineering at the University of Birmingham.
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] AI-based tools for diagnosis abound, especially for interpreting machine-generated images such as MRI and CAT scans.
91 per cent accuracy, compared to 69 per cent for physical exams performed by doctors and 71 per cent for conventional lab tests.
guishing potentially cancerous skin lesions from benign ones, according to a study in the Annals of Oncology.