A.I., Big Data Project Predicts Dementia 2 Years Before Symptoms Onset, Researchers Show

A.I., Big Data Project Predicts Dementia 2 Years Before Symptoms Onset, Researchers Show
New artificial intelligence (AI) research conducted at McGill University in Canada suggests that doctors may soon have the tools to predict an individual's likelihood of developing dementia several years before the onset of symptoms. Such extended prognostic capability would give future dementia patients and their families more time to plan strategies for living with the disorder and to arrange for treatment and care. Scientists at McGill's flagship mental health research center, the Douglas Mental Health University Institutes Translational Neuroimaging Laboratory, used artificial intelligence techniques and big data to develop an algorithm that can, with a single a
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