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Google Uses Deep Learning To Help Predict Heart Disease Risk

3 monthes ago   |   By Android Headlines

Tech giant Google is not one to shy away from revolutionary new uses of artificial intelligence , and the newest out of the company's wheelhouse is an AI program that's able to predict a patient's risk of heart disease by looking for signs of a number of key risk factors in their eyes. This is a feat mostly unique to AI, to be sure; while some human doctors may have dealt with enough heart disease patients and potentials to be able to spot some telltale signs, it took Google's machine 284,335 sets of eyes' worth of training to attain its expertise, essentially making it better than any...
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