After MIT-based artificial intelligence researcher Regina Barzilay was diagnosed with breast cancer, she asked: Why couldn’t her cancer have been diagnosed earlier?
Her quest to find an answer would lead to a remarkable result: the development of an AI-based predictive system for early detection of breast cancer with the potential to save many thousands of lives each year.
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