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The Mayo Clinic’s David Smith discusses how Hollywood under-utilize, or so horribly mangle, good science fiction material.
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An AI-powered system built by Japanese researchers can detect bowel cancer in less than a second, and could remove the need for needless surgery.
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NASA believes that they may have found a solution to one of the biggest challenges facing future missions to Mars.
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital has collaborated with FDNA to enable help to improve their understanding of complex disorders.
The Toronto startup looking to use AI to discover new drugs for genetic disorders has landed a $13 million private financing led by Kholsa Ventures.
Several of the world’s top genetic testing labs are intergrating FDNA’s next-generation phenotyping technologies into their workflow.
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