Google's A.I. in Identifying novel features for Colorectal Cancer
Google Health impresses me, a lot.
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While Google is nixing paying out maternity and healthcare related coverage for laid off workers, how it’s using A.I. in the future of oncology is really important. Oncology is a branch of medicine that deals with the study, treatment, diagnosis and prevention of tumors.
Google is also working on an updated version of its medical A.I. that can answer health questions. The "large language model" that Google has been building for the medical world — an AI chatbot called Med-PaLM 2 — now consistently passes medical exam questions with a score of 85%, placing it at "expert" doctor level, the company said.
Google first introduced Med-PaLM late last year. It’s designed to provide high-quality responses to medical questions. With the rate at which PaLM is improving, I’m very hopeful for this tool.
In Google’s third annual health event last Tuesday, called “The Check Up,” company executives provided updates about a range of health projects that they have been working on internally, and with partners.
I was pretty interested in what Google is up to. So let’s get to the paper and news related to Colorectal cancer.
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