LONDON ( Reuters) – Experts at the University of Scotland have used artificial intelligence to successfully diagnose corona with a 98 per cent accuracy in 19 minutes, which is being hailed as revolutionary.
According to international media reports, scientists at the University of West Scotland successfully detected the virus using artificial intelligence in an X-ray machine to diagnose corona.
According to experts, artificial intelligence is capable of detecting other viruses, including corona, in the human body and gives 98% accurate results.
According to experts, they also tested this experiment, during which it was found that it is a better and faster way to detect the virus than PCR because at least two hours for PCR report. It takes time and with its help 98% accurate result is achieved in 19th minute.
“I hope this technology will be more effective and helpful in the emergency department,” said Naeem Ramzan, a professor at the University of the West of Scotland.
Professor Naeem Ramzan of the research team termed the machine as a revolutionary invention and said that it would enable timely diagnosis of the disease which would save his life.
In this technology, software and algorithms have been trained on about 3000 X-rays. X-ray data included X-rays of healthy people, COD 19 patients and pneumonia patients. The software trained various conditions on the basis of external X-rays of the chest and thus began to make the most accurate diagnosis based on its algorithm. As time went on, in 19 minutes, the person affected by Code 19 was identified. Thus, this test is ahead of PCR and other high speed tests.
He said the machine could detect not only corona but also omecron in the human body and could play a key role in preventing viruses, especially when PCR tests are not readily available.
Professor Naeem said that a small flaw in it so far was that it could not show the initial symptoms of corona. The university said in a statement that it examined more than 3,000 images taken from the lungs of healthy people infected with corona, with better results than PCR.
According to experts, AI’s ‘Deep Conventional Neural Network’ is an algorithm that is commonly used to analyze images or to diagnose a disease.