To install the diagnosis, all the same images of CT or X-ray are used, but unlike a doctor, the AI conducts a larger analysis of suspicious sites. Thanks to the new algorithm, it is possible to detect cancer a year earlier than the best specialists today do.
Artificial intelligence has long been considered an essential tool for the diagnosis of solid tumors. Scientists from France used this technology to improve the quality of patient surveys in suspected lung cancer and achieved excellent results.
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AI determined 172 of 177 cases of cancer or 97%. The five missed tumors were localized in the center of the chest, where it is very difficult to distinguish the signs of cancer, the authors clarified.