The deep learning models had nothing more to go on than routine abdominal CT scans acquired preoperatively.

Working with 9/11 responders as retrospective subjects, researchers in mental health and computer science have shown AI language tools can help predict the course of PTSD.

Comparing four methods for predicting septic shock in children hospitalized with sepsis, Johns Hopkins researchers have found a newer machine-learning approach superior to an older one as well as to two conventional methods.

Psychology researchers have demonstrated a way to finetune diagnoses of major depression and generalized anxiety disorder by analyzing freely elaborated thoughts and feelings using machine learning and natural language processing.

Researchers have developed a nanopore that uses AI to detect COVID-19 and other viruses in easily obtained saliva specimens.

Sifting the literature for real-world challenges thwarting adoption of clinical AI across medicine, a team of biomedical engineers and computer scientists has identified and fleshed out an exemplary use case.

Black-box AI should be barred from reading medical images in clinical settings because machine learning, like human thinking, tends to take diagnostic shortcuts. 

When the network interpreted complete videos from 42 consecutive patients, it boosted detection rates by as much as 50% over physician-alone reads.

Upon examining a skin lesion they suspected of being malignant, few dermatologists—only 8%—would hold back from performing a biopsy if an AI tool disagreed, classifying it as benign.

Explainable AI is almost as sharp as human experts when the cause is simple and straightforward, as with ingestion of a single common cleaning product.

In a tryout trial, the technique quickly and accurately predicted shock as well as the need for early massive transfusion and major surgery.

Natural language processing of social media posts is useful for identifying depression, anxiety and suicidal thinking, but models trained on population data cannot discern long-term patterns in any one person’s state of mind.

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Two different companies announced that they are recalling all lots of the medication. 

CardioSmart, an online resource for both patients and clinicians, has a new editor. 

The funding includes $8.5 billion in American Rescue Plan resources for providers who treat Medicaid, Children's Health Insurance Program and Medicare patients.

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