Google's new AI is better at detecting lung cancer than doctors


Now, new study says artificial intelligence may be more reliable than human doctors at detecting. Lung cancer details from ABC's Scott Goldberg, Google used a kind of artificial intelligence called deep learning through, which a computer relies on an algorithm, to recognize things in this. Case tumors Najah and human lungs. Researchers asked computers to look at C T scans for sixty seven hundred patients and a I got the diagnosis right ninety four percent of the time compared to six doctors looking at the same scans the computers were more accurate with fewer false positives, and false negatives. Researchers say the idea isn't to replace doctors with algorithms, but to give humans more help detecting, the most common deadly cancer in the

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