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Google’s AI Company Unveils New Algorithm To Predict Acute Kidney Injury 2 Days Earlier | Innovation Discoveries

DeepMind is the artificial intelligence company that is owned by Alphabet. It recently unveiled a new research report where it details the development of technology that can predict acute kidney injuries in patients about two days earlier than what is possible today.
DeepMind AI Used For Predicting Acute Kidney Injury 2 Days Earlier

DeepMind, in collaboration with the US Department of Veteran Affairs, was able to apply AI to de-identified electronic health record database that obtained from VA medical facilities. The database featured 703,782 adult patients over 172 inpatient and 1,062 outpatient sites. The research was published in Nature and showed that the system was able to accurately predict acute kidney injury 48 hours earlier as opposed to current methods. It was also able to predict nine out of ten patients that would actually need treatment such as kidney dialysis owing to extreme deterioration.
DeepMind AI Used For Predicting Acute Kidney Injury 2 Days Earlier

Furthermore, the model was able to predict 55.8% of all inpatient episodes of acute kidney injury and 90.2% of all acute kidney injuries that needed enhanced invasive treatment. DeepMind has also shared the results of a peer review of its mobile medical…Continue Reading

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