The success of artificial intelligence in diagnosing diseases with similar symptoms

October 05, 2020
Vision Egypt News: - The experiment was conducted at the University of Central Florida in the United States, and its results have been published in the journal "Nature Communications" Vision Egypt News: - The experiment was conducted at the University of Central Florida in the United States, and its results have been published in the journal "Nature Communications" Photo source: - Compilation of news visibility from Google

Vision Egypt News: - Artificial intelligence has achieved tremendous medical success after being trained to diagnose diseases with similar symptoms, especially chest and respiratory diseases such as Covid 19, common pneumonia and lung cancer.

The researchers found that the algorithmic equation of artificial intelligence is able to learn how to detect foci of infection with the Coronavirus in X-ray images with high accuracy, and distinguish between them and regular influenza, and it can also detect positive cases by 84 percent and negative cases by 93 percent.

During the study, conducted by researchers at the University of Florida, USA, the artificial intelligence system was trained to discover foci of infection with the Coronavirus in CT images of 1,280 patients from China, Japan and Italy.

Then, the artificial intelligence system was tested on x-ray images of 1337 patients with lung diseases, ranging from Corona virus, common pneumonia and lung cancer.

Artificial intelligence systems have succeeded in detecting cases of the emerging corona virus with an accuracy of up to ninety percent.

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