An artificial intelligence (AI) machine developed by a Singapore firm is making the tedious process of diagnosing a brain tumour easier and less prone to human error.
The machine can do in a second what an experienced doctor would take 30 minutes to complete, given the thousands of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) images that need to be checked.
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