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Chinese search giant Baidu creates an open-source A.I. for detecting cancer

Posted On: Jun 18, 2018   |   Posted By: Digital Trends

Chinese search giant Baidu creates an open-source A.I. for detecting cancer

Chinese search giant Baidu developed a new artificial intelligence algorithm which can help doctors to more accurately diagnose breast cancer. And did we mention it will be an open-source technology, too?

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