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The study said that artificial intelligence technology is expected to detect Alzheimer's symptoms six years in advance. Original title: the study said that artificial intelligence technology is expected to detect Alzheimer's symptoms six years in advance. According to the US "world daily", a recent study in the United States pointed out that using artificial intelligence (AI) technology can diagnose Alzheimer's disease six years in advance. Doctors can use a self-taught computer to detect brain changes that are too subtle for humans to detect

in this study, researchers at the University of California in the United States entered the scanning data of more than 2100 times performed by 1002 patients into the computer for AI to learn and calculate. Then, AI measures brain activity by tracking the uptake of radioactive liquids injected into the blood to enhance automation and intelligence

previous studies have suggested that the development of Alzheimer's disease is related to the changes in some specific areas of the brain, but it is difficult to find these changes. The AI algorithm of Alzheimer's disease can learn to recognize the brain condition of the disease by yourself

in the test, AI scanned the brains of 40 subjects. The results showed that a few years before the patient was diagnosed, the technology detected the precursors of Alzheimer's disease, with an accuracy rate of 100%, and an average advance of 6 years

Sharkey, a British AI expert and researcher at the University of Sheffield, said that although the sample and test volume are still relatively small, the current test results are promising and worthy of larger-scale research

it is reported that early detection of Alzheimer's disease can help medical researchers slow down or prevent it. We will serve you wholeheartedly! Course development

the research achievement "nickel/graphene coated polyurethane sponge 3-element hybrid material prepared by electrodeposition based on microcrack mechanism for high sensitivity wearable flexible strain sensor" was published in the Journal of Materials Chemistry C (doi: 10.1039/c7tc03636a) in the field of materials, Alzheimer's disease gradually takes shape 20 years before its symptoms appear; finding the disease in advance before greater harm occurs is an important window for medical intervention. (editor in charge: Zuo Rui, Deng Nan)

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