Cancer Survival Rate Rising in the U.S.

In a recent American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) article, the researchers highlighted basic, translational, and clinical cancer research and cancer-related population sciences in the 12th edition of their annual cancer progress report. AACR Cancer Progress Report highlights innovative cancer research that improves, prolongs and saves lives. Image Credit: ESB Professional/Shutterstock The comprehensive report covered … Read more

This app detects COVID-19 using AI by only hearing the voice with 89% accuracy

Researchers have now developed a smartphone app that can accurately detect the COVID-19 infection in a person simply by hearing them speak, using artificial intelligence, according to a report by The Independent. Unsplash The research of this app (yet to be peer reviewed) was presented at the European Respiratory Society International Congress in Barcelona. The … Read more

AI-guided tools pinpoint immune cell booster and protective genetic factor for esophageal cancer

Esophageal adenocarcinoma (EAC) is a cancer that affects the mucus-secreting glands of the lower esophagus; the tube that connects the throat to the stomach. It is the most common form of esophageal cancer and is often preceded by Barrett’s metaplasia (BE), a damaging change in cells lining the esophagus. While the cause of EAC remains … Read more

‘Moore’s Law is dead,’ says Nvidia CEO Jensen to justify gaming card price hike

Nvidia Corp. Chief Executive Jensen Huang said Wednesday he thinks it’s going to be “a pretty great Q4 for Ada,” the company’s next-generation chip architecture unveiled this week, even as critics reject a price hike amid a weakening consumer demand. Nvidia NVDA, +0.65% expects high demand for gaming chips using next-generation “Ada Lovelace” chip architecture, … Read more

Neurocomputational model could shed light on cognitive skills development

A new study introduces a new neurocomputational model of the human brain that could shed light on how the brain develops complex cognitive skills and advance research on neural artificial intelligence. The study, published Sept. 19, was conducted by an international group of researchers from the Institut Pasteur and Sorbonne Universit√© in Paris, CHU Sainte-Justine, … Read more

Could AI Provide a More Accurate Cancer Prognosis?

September 1, 2022 – It’s hard to work out what the road ahead will look like for a cancer patient. Much evidence is considered, such as the patient’s health and family history, grade and stage of the tumor, and characteristics of the cancer cells. But in the end, the outlook comes down to health professionals … Read more

AI can detect Parkinson’s using nighttime breathing patterns

In a recent naturopathy journal study, researchers are developing an artificial intelligence (AI)-based model to detect Parkinson’s disease (PD) and track its progression from nighttime breathing signals. Study: Artificial intelligence-assisted detection and assessment of Parkinson’s disease using nocturnal breathing signals. Image Credit: Natali_Mis/Shutterstock.com Background As PD is the fastest growing neurological disease worldwide, there is … Read more

Kerala government plans to change gaming laws to curb online rummy

With celebrities promoting online rummy and massive advertising campaigns to get people to play the card game, which has reportedly pushed many into financial ruin and committed suicide as a result, the government of Kerala has said it is considering changing its gambling laws. change to such online games. Prime Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has … Read more

RapiD_AI as a new disease and pandemic preparedness tool

In a recent study posted to the medRxiv* preprint server, researchers assessed the RapiD_AI framework for deployable artificial intelligence (AI) for better pandemic preparedness. Study: RapiD_AI: A framework for rapidly deployable AI for new disease and pandemic preparedness. Image credit: cono0430/Shutterstock Background The 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic will likely not be the last pandemic … Read more

Robot crushes child’s finger in Russian chess match

A robot crushed his seven-year-old opponent’s finger during a chess tournament in Russia, local media reported. Most important points: Members of the Moscow Chess Federation said the boy was too quick to make his move The seven-year-old completed the tournament the next day with a plaster cast on his hand His parents want to contact … Read more