UCLH invests in AI to ease burden on doctors and nurses

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UCLH is investing a “substantial” but unnamed sum in the partnership with the Alan Turing Institute
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UCLH is investing a “substantial” but unnamed sum in the partnership with the Alan Turing Institute

Machine learning could help to diagnose diseases and redistribute healthcare professionals more efficiently

University College London Hospitals (UCLH) has unveiled plans to use artificial intelligence to ease the burden on healthcare professionals by taking on tasks that could include diagnosing cancer and lowering...

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