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Al can predict death

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The General Manager of Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA), Bolaji Oreagba has cautioned Lagos motorists to be very careful during the ‘ember months’ to prevent avoidable accidents
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Researchers at Stanford University have developed an Artificial Intelligence system that can predict the death of hospital patients. Their findings were published in a paper titled, “Improving Palliative Care with Deep Learning”. The computer system Al predicted the death of over 40,000 hospital patients between three to twelve months with 90% accuracy. According to IEEE Spectrum, they…

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