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Using artificial intelligence to spot breast cancer

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An Indian company has developed a cheaper, non-invasive test for breast cancer that uses thermal imaging and AI.
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Using artificial intelligence to spot breast cancer

An Indian company has developed a cheaper, non-invasive test for breast cancer that uses thermal imaging and AI.

3 months ago·United Kingdom
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Artificial intelligence-powered device developed for breast cancer diagnosis

The device powered by artificial intelligence has been developed in the diagnosis of breast cancer - the device developed in India has a 90 percent accuracy share of diagnoses, while with the device it is reported that so far about 75 thousand women in 29 cities have been examined.

2 months ago·Turkey
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Artificial intelligence-powered device developed for breast cancer diagnosis in India

In India, a technology company has developed a device capable of diagnosing breast cancer using thermal imaging and artificial intelligence.

2 months ago·Turkey
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