IBM Watson’s diagnosis of rare leukemia saves woman in Japan

A woman in Japan with a rare type of leukemia was “saved” by a 10-minute consult with Watson.The IBM artificial intelligence system correctly identified her disease after doctors using conventional methods were stumped, according to NDTV.Story Continues Below Advertisement Ad Statistics Times Displayed: 31222Times Visited: 366 Looking for locating technology but can’t decide on a direction? Whether you want to use existing Wi-Fi to track assets enterprise-wide, automate par-level asset management or leverage your investment for patient & staff workflow…Versus will put you on the path to RTLS success. The 60-year-old woman’s condition was then treated successfully using different therapy, Arinobu Tojo, a member of the medical team at the University of Tokyo’s Institute of Medical Science told Efe news.Watson, which first “entered” medical school in 2011, turned its attention…


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