Artificial intelligence could improve diagnostic power of lung function tests.

Clinicians must currently rely on analysing the results using population-based parameters. With artificial intelligence, the machine can observe a combination of patterns at one time to help produce a more accurate diagnosis. This has previously happened in other fields of health with an automated interpretation of results from an electrocardiogram being routinely used in clinical practice as a decision support system.

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Artificial retinas: Promising leads towards clearer vision.

A retinal prosthesis comprises three elements: a camera (inserted in the patient’s spectacles), an electronic microcircuit (which transforms data from the camera into an electrical signal) and a matrix of microscopic electrodes (implanted in the eye in contact with the retina). This prosthesis replaces the photoreceptor cells of the retina: like them, it converts visual information into electrical signals which are then transmitted to the brain via the optic nerve. It can treat blindness caused by a degeneration of retinal photoreceptors, on condition that the optical nerve has remained functional.

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