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The All India Institute of Medical Science-Patna (AIIMS-P) is collaborating with the Indian Institute of Information Technology-Bhagalpur (IIIT-B) to research the use artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare, as reported The Times of India on Friday.
Additionally, the institutes will develop new software for easy detection of diseases.
AIIMS-P superintendent C M Singh said that the use of AI for diagnosis of different diseases would give a boost to the healthcare system.
"The two institutes will jointly develop new software for measuring bone density and detecting gynaecological diseases as well as joint problems in no time," Singh said.
The IIIT-B director Arvind Choubey claimed that the institute had developed software that could detect COVID-19 infection in an individual without an RT-PCR test.
"We have conducted trials on over a 1000 sample and attained 97% success," he said, adding that the software was being screened by the Indian Council of Medical Research.
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