Could computers diagnose cancer? Artificial intelligence shown to spot early signs of a tumour with …

Could computers diagnose cancer? Artificial intelligence shown to spot early signs of a tumour with 92 per cent accuracyMachine can sift millions of cells to spot just a handful of malignant ones AI algorithm was trained using slides of samples of patients lymph nodesHuman pathologists can diagnose breast cancer with 96 per cent accuracyWhen the machine and human combined, accuracy went to 99.5 per centBy Richard Gray for MailOnline Published: 13:05, 20 June 2016 | Updated: 13:11, 20 June 2016 Computers could soon be helping to diagnose cancer in patients with the help of artificial intelligence that has been trained to spots the early signs of the disease.An AI machine capable of accurately diagnosing breast cancer 92 per cent of the time has been developed by researchers.While it is still not…


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