Google monitors user to eye disease

Google monitors user to eye disease

World July 5, 2016 15:54

london - Google Deep Mind is exploring with the British National Health and Moorfields Eye Hospital in London and computers can detect vision problems to users. The aim is to prevent vision loss and blindness.

Deep Mind gets a million anonymous eye scans which will form the basis for a database that allows computers to fix eventually abnormalities eyes. This can be regarded as a cross to ophthalmologists. Problems caused by eg diabetes and age-related disorders can tackle a raft physician enable vision loss and perhaps to prevent worse.

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