Artificial Intelligence in Medicine May Reduce Errors

Artificial intelligence in medicine may improve old tests like the eye chart pictured Diagnostic errors during routine eye exams may sit as high as 74%. The classic eye chart with letters on a wall has been used for decades and the results are up to the ophthalmologist to decipher and interpret leading to errors in both interpretation and diagnosis of problems. 

Artificial Intelligence may make this process less prone to errors. It is still in early stages of testing, but initial results are promising for a way forward that will reduce errors in diagnosis that may keep people from the treatment they need.

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AI Model Drastically Reduces Eye Exam Errors

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