Artificial intelligence can diagnose breast cancer with 92 percent accuracy

With the help of artificial intelligence, doctors can potentially improve the accuracy of diagnosing cancer and other diseases, researchers from the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) and Harvard Medical School (HMS) have shown.The AI method is based on deep learning that uses algorithms for applications including speech recognition and image recognition, said Dr. Andrew Beck, Ph.D., director of bioinformatics at the Cancer Research Institute at BIDMC and an associate professor at Harvard, in a statement.Story Continues Below Advertisement Ad Statistics Times Displayed: 9595Times Visited: 151 Streamline Your Radiology Workflow with RamSoft’s PowerServer RIS/PACS The PowerServer RIS/PACS is a single database application, essential to reducing redundant work, limiting manual data entry, and increasing consistency throughout healthcare practices. Click to learn how it will help you improve patient care and more.…


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