Doctors In Japan Use Artificial Intelligence To Diagnose Leukemia

If you’ve watch TV shows like House, you probably know that there are some conditions that people suffer from that are rare and aren’t as easy to diagnose. However it seems that in the future, such conditions could be diagnosed much quicker thanks to the help of AI, which is what doctors in Japan did. In what could be described as a world’s first, doctors in Japan relied on artificial intelligence to help diagnose a woman who was suffering from a rare form of leukemia. The patient was initially treated for acute myeloid leukemia, but her recovery from post-remission therapy was slow, which is when doctors decided that the initial diagnosis could have been wrong. This is when they turned to IBM’s Watson to help them with their case. As…


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