Machine learning

Faster more accurate diagnoses and machines that can “read” your mind: the AI revolution in scanning

• Companies like Ezra and Nanox are using AI for the early detection of cancer and osteoporosis in MRI scans and X-rays. In France, CEA researchers have harnessed the power of neural networks to develop accelerated imaging systems.
• With the rise of AI image generation tools, scientists are now able to translate scans of brain activity into pictures and videos of human thought, which may soon make it possible to understand the workings of dreams.
• Other projects, which are making it possible to see how our brains process language, have raised the question of the future privacy of human thought and the need for legislation to protect it.

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