NHS trial will test AI diagnosis with eye scans from 150,000 patients

Eye scans from 150,000 National Health Service (NHS) patients in the united kingdom will be used to check commercial artificial intelligence tools that may be rolled out to identify the warning signs of diabetic sight loss. But researchers try to avoid a repeat of previous NHS data-sharing scandals by making certain records are anonymised and that AI tests are just operate on servers owned by NHS trusts.

Two million persons with diabetes in the united kingdom have an gross annual scan to check for signs of retinopathy, which …

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