Computer learns how to diagnose patients

Artificial neural networks (ANNs) are, as their name suggests, computer-implemented analogues of the brain’s neural network.

Researchers of the Mayo Clinic are developing a new method to help help diagnose endocarditis. And they utilised neural networks to analyse clinical data and determine whether or not patients had endocarditis.

Read how this software could exclude endocarditis with 99% confidence in half of patients (medpagetoday.com)

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