This AI compares pictures of patients’ brains against pictures of health brains to identify different gray matter structure and white matter function. They developed it for Alzheimer’s identification, but it can also be used to find cognitive impairment, and they believe it can be adapted to identify other diseases.

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Alzheimer’s happens to a lot of people, and it’s tough on the people who get it and their caregivers. This AI is working toward support at-home caregivers, whether they are family members or workers, give the best possible care to someone who is ailing.

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Trained initially to help doctors make better decisions, this AI is now available to you as a patient. It became smarter on a database that helped physicians, and it honed itself as medical personnel used it.

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Doctors have tons on their plates, so getting help with some of the easier tasks would lighten their loads, helping them focus on more demanding tasks. Babylon Health is working on this AI to do just that. It’ll add a functionality to actually diagnose medical problems, starting in the UK.

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There’s a lot going on in an emergency situation, and the sooner medical technicians know what’s going on, the better. This AI medical assistant helps emergency medical technicians save time identifying blood clots and hemorrhaging in stroke patients before they arrive at the hospital.

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