New AI model can detect coronavirus by listening to a cough

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The AI uses four biomarkers to decide if the person is infected

MIT researchers claim to have developed a new AI model that can detect if an individual has coronavirus - just by listening to them cough.The infection detection works even for people who are compl...

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