Japanese AI has learned to detect bowel cancer.
Japanese scientists have created a medical artificial intelligence that can detect cancer in the human body in just one second. Unfortunately, so far we are talking only about bowel cancer, but scientists hope that in the future, the algorithms they created can be used to diagnose the entire human body.
In Japan, technology is reaching a new level. Continue reading
Harsh and merciless medieval medicine.
In the XV century, a book called Fasciculus Medicinae was created, which at that time served as a universal medical reference and contained a description of methods for treating various ailments. Not so long ago, this folio was published online by the new York medical Academy. Here is the most interesting thing from the life of doctors who lived 500 years ago. Continue reading