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Dutch AI software suitable for assessing lung photos COVID-19

The study

AI software is as good at predicting whether there are lung abnormalities on X-ray lung photos as radiologists. The study used the deep learning AI system CAD4COVID-XRay. That system was developed by the Dutch companies Thirona and Delft Imaging, intended to support healthcare professionals worldwide in the fight against the coronavirus.

The AI ​​system CAD4COVID was trained on 24,678 pictures of healthy lungs, pneumonia, and pneumonia caused by COVID-19 from various hospitals.


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