An international research team with participants from several universities including the FAU has proposed a standardized registry for artificial intelligence (AI) work in biomedicine to improve the reproducibility of results and create trust in the use of AI algorithms in biomedical research and, in the future, in everyday clinical practice. The scientists presented their proposal in the scientific journal.
In recent years, the field of artificial intelligence technology has been attracting attention, on the one hand, it is true that artificial intelligence technology has unique advantages, its strong learning ability and intelligent response ability is quite welcome, such as the famous Go event - AlphaGo defeated the world's No. 1 Go player Ke Jie; on the other hand, artificial intelligence technology is maturing and has made big breakthroughs in many aspects
An odor based test that detects vapors from human blood plasma samples was able to tell the difference between benign and cancerous cells with up to 95% accuracy, according to work presented this week at the American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting in Philadelphia.
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In the cadre of incurable diseases, systemic lupus erythematosus is one that is especially tricky to manage, becausee there isn’t yet a straightforward diagnostic test for the condition and it’s typically only treated reactively, as flare-ups occur.
It was almost one year ago in July. Mitchell—who turns 60 this June—tested positive for covid-19 at her job as a pharmacy technician at the University of Illinois Hospital in Chicago. She was sneezing, coughing, and feeling dizzy.
Soon after Chinese health officials informed the World Health Organization in January 2020 that 41 people in Wuhan had fallen ill with a mysterious pneumonia, China’s A.I. companies started designing or refining their systems and algorithms to fight what would become a global pandemic.