22 November 2019
In a dimly lit room full of computers at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London, doctors pore over images of people’s hearts. Until recently, medical staff here had to interpret the blotchy on-screen images purely by sight. Now artificial intelligence is helping to explain what they are looking at.
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Charlotte Manisty, a consultant cardiologist at St Bartholomew’s, analyses an MRI scan of a struggling heart and points to blue smudges over one area of muscle. The image on her screen has been coloured in by AI. A swathe of blue …