Scientists are turning to artificial intelligence to improve MRI scans

Researchers at Facebook and New York University have found a way to generate MRI scans four times faster without any loss of diagnostic accuracy, said Jeremy Kahn at Fortune​. The scientists fed an artificial intelligence model pairs of low-­resolution and high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging scans, training the AI to “connect the dots” on scans generated using just a quarter of the usual input data.

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MRI scans often take more than 30 minutes, and patients are required to remain still for the duration.


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