Researchers from MIT computer science and AI Laboratory (CSAIL) and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) has developed an ML algorithm that recognises woman breast cancer five years in advance.
This revolutionary algorithm is supposed to help thousands woman and avoid catching disease on the late stage.
The algorithm was trained on mammograms of over 60,000 MGH patients. The algorithm learned to recognised patterns of breast tissues that have some background for tumors.
The results of AI-driven model is much more successful, that traditional one.
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Credit: “Using AI to predict breast cancer and personalise care”, Adam Conner-Simons, Rachel Gordon, at MIT News.