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IBM, University of Alberta develop AI capable of predicting schizophrenia

14:52 EDT 27 Jul 2017 | TriMed Media Group

Researchers at IBM and the University of Alberta have developed artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms capable of predicting schizophrenia with 74 percent accuracy.

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