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This new ‘atlas’ of lung cells draws on AI to help scientists detect and treat lung diseases better

Created with the help of AI, the Human Lung Cell Atlas is the most comprehensive cell map of the human lung to date.

Created with the help of AI, the Human Lung Cell Atlas is the most comprehensive cell map of the human lung to date. Image: Unsplash/cdc

Andrea Willige
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Figure illustrating the estimated number of lung cancer deaths from 2020-2030.
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths. Image: World Economic Forum

Statistic illustrating the percentage of respondents describing their impact of artificial intelligence and machine learning on select healthcare outcomes.
Healthcare executives in the US highly rate the ability of AI and machine learning for improving clinical outcomes. Image: InsiderIntelligence


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