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Hospitals are using AI to predict the decline of Covid-19 patients — before knowing it works

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Eager for insight on which patients might deteriorate, hospitals are cramming a validation process that often takes months or years into a couple weeks.

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Hospitals are using AI to predict the decline of Covid-19 patients — before knowing it works

Eager for insight on which patients might deteriorate, hospitals are cramming a validation process that often takes months or years into a couple weeks.

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