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Guy’s Cancer Academy launches
New Crohn's treatment shows promise
Take on Challenge 150
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Friends and Family Test – December
National maternity survey
Saved by a stranger
Artificial intelligence shows potential
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Artificial intelligence shows potential

Researchers have created an artificial intelligence (AI) system that could see the processing time for abnormal chest X-rays dramatically reduced.

 

The Times and Tech Digest highlighted that research by the University of Warwick, carried out through work with Guy’s and St Thomas’, was published in the journal Radiology.

 

The study claims the system could help cut the average delay in receiving an expert opinion from 11 days to less than three.