AI can increase success rates for cancer detection, says report

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AI can help recognise cancer at an early stage

Japanese researchers train AI to spot cancer early using 30,000 photos of cancerous and per-cancerous tumours

A group of researchers based in Japan have used artificial intelligence to successfully detect colorectal cancer before the tumours become malignant. The study was led by Dr Yuichi Mori at Showa University,...

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