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IBM: Our AI correctly predicts onset of Alzheimer’s 71% of the time, better than standard clinical tests

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I take your point on incorrect diagnoses. and a 29% failure rate is probably not one that would cause me do all the paperwork and quietly top myself, but if it is an improvement on current diagnoses and can be used to direct other tests then it is better than what we can do at the moment.

On the sentence construction how would Hemmingway have done:-? Maybe I have misunderstood, but this would appear an appropriate way of monitoring changes in language and therefore part of a continuous monitoring system?

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