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This AI tool helps identifies breast cancer with 90% accuracy rate

A woman undergoes breast cancer screening. Image: REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil

Greg Williams

Director of Media Relations for Research , NYU Langone Health

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The AI tool learned to predict which lesions were likely malignant (red heat map) or likely benign (green heat map), with potential to aid radiologists in the diagnosis of breast cancer.
The AI tool identifies malignant lesions (red) and benign lesions (green). Image: NYU School of Medicine
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