Genomic Medicine found artificial intelligence technology may be used to quickly and accurately diagnose rare conditions in critically ill children. "Artificial intelligence holds promise to greatly simplify and speed genome interpretation by integrating predictive methods with the growing knowledge of genetic disease," the researchers wrote."/> Genomic Medicine found artificial intelligence technology may be used to quickly and accurately diagnose rare conditions in critically ill children. "Artificial intelligence holds promise to greatly simplify and speed genome interpretation by integrating predictive methods with the growing knowledge of genetic disease," the researchers wrote."/> Study: AI may speed diagnoses in critically ill children

Study: AI may speed diagnoses in critically ill children

2021-10-18

A study in Genomic Medicine found artificial intelligence technology may be used to quickly and accurately diagnose rare conditions in critically ill children. "Artificial intelligence holds promise to greatly simplify and speed genome interpretation by integrating predictive methods with the growing knowledge of genetic disease," the researchers wrote.

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