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Artificial intelligence detected prostate cancer when Greg had no symptoms — here’s how the technology can save other men’s lives – ABC News

Greg Smith is one of 20 men who can thank new artificial intelligence technology for the early detection of his prostate cancer.

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Greg Smith had no symptoms.
And yet six months ago, the Sunshine Coast man received an early cancer diagnosis, thanks to an algorithm that saved his life.
Key points:

  • A Sunshine Coast policeman is among 20 men to have his prostate cancer caught early, thanks to artificial intelligence
  • The technology is combined with a simple blood test to find out what a patient’s risk of the disease is
  • Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men

He is one of 20 Australian prostate cancer survivors in the past…

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