Algorithm aims to provide earlier treatment for bone marrow complications

Recently I wrote about a novel project that was using AI to ensure organ transplants are more successful.  The Australian research team used the kind of AI algorithms that underpin many modern dating sites to try and improve organ acceptance and ensure a more accurate connection between organ donors and recipients.

“It’s a specially designed machine learning algorithm using multiple donor and recipient features to predict the outcome,” the team say.

Now, a team from Mount Sinai Health System have used a similar machine learning based approach to predict whether blood cancer patients will accept bone marrow or develop complications as a result.

Accept or reject

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