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The marvel of AI will soon be seen around the world, it will also discover human diseases, claimed in research

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Artificial intelligence will soon detect human diseases
Genome readers also able to detect diseases ranging from cancer to the common cold
The researchers believe that if the algorithm is wrong, its result will also be wrong.

Washington: The popularity of artificial intelligence (AI) has grown so much that it can now easily detect human diseases. According to research, every human being has a genome, that is, a set of DNA. It is complex because it is made up of 3 billion DNA bases which are identified by a 4-letter code. According to the researchers, it is probably humanly impossible to analyze on this subject. That is why the help of artificial intelligence can be taken here, which will also be able to find out what disease a person is suffering from.

This research on the benefits of Artificial Intelligence has been published in a journal called “Nature Machine Intelligence”. According to research, through billions of coding in artificial intelligence, those things can be detected that can be missed by humans. AI-powered genome readers may also be able to detect diseases ranging from cancer to the common cold. “AI researchers are constantly creating new algorithms from a variety of sources, and it’s hard to judge whether their creations are good or bad,” says Professor Peter Ku of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL). The researchers believe that if the algorithm is wrong, its result will also be wrong.

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Please say that Gopher helped Ku Lab to work on this research. The Kuo team hopes the gopher will help optimize the AI ​​algorithm. Researchers believe that one day AI will make the work of doctors easier. AI will soon be able to identify diseases of humans, so that patients can also be cured soon.

Tags: artificial intelligence, sickness, to research

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