Robots could help detect cancer in less than a second, trials suggest
Artificial intelligence could detect cancer in less than a second, new research suggests.
Trials found that computer programmes were able to distinguish potentially dangerous tumours from harmless growths with high levels of accuracy.
The research involved bowel cancer – the fourth most common form of the disease in the UK, with more than 40,000 diagnoses annually.
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