Robot Radiologists Will Soon Analyze Your X-Rays


Press

GOOGLE IS GETTING really, really good at recognizing photos and videos of cats. All it took was supplying millions of examples so that the company’s software—based on a branch of artificial intelligence called deep learning—could start recognizing the difference between cats and other furry creatures. But Jeremy Howard wants to use deep learning for something a little more practical: diagnosing illnesses. And he’s finally getting his chance.

Read the full article at Wired