New Mobile App for Smartphone Camera Controls Pancreatic Cancer
The researchers have used machine learning technology to diagnose cancer. The researchers at the University of Washington has been developed new smartphone mobile app which is capable to carry out the screen and ask the users’ selfie by a quick selfie snap. There may be more in 2017 as tools for medical diagnosis.
About the Idea
The idea is sounding amusing so, whatever the problem is, that is going to solve but they researched the type of cancer-pancreatic cancer. In this particular type of cancer, the victim can survive for 5 years that has been rated just for 9 percent. Pancreatic cancer is difficult to spot- is the fact which makes sure that it will not display the obvious telltale in their symptoms and it will allow them in catching its prior in the spreading process. The University of Washington’s-smartphone mobile app has been framed as.
For Digital Trends Dr. Alex Mariakakis-doctoral student in Paul G. The Allen School of Computer Science and Engineering said that “Bili Screen is a smartphone app we are developing to quantify the extent of jaundice in an individual.”
University of Washington-Dennis Wise
This mobile app is used by the smartphone users who are more passionate to snap selfies with their smartphone camera also by the computer machine-learning tools and vision-algorithms, which will check the increased levels of bilirubin in white part of the eye of a person. In the first clinical study with seventy people, this mobile app with the effect of printed box 3D which can control our eye from the light exposure and has correct case to identify 89.7% concern of time.
Notably, Mariakakis said that the jaundice is not necessarily equated with pancreatic cancer. But by recognizing the increased levels in the eye of a person they should necessarily consult the physician immediately.
This mobile app will release in the month of September 2017, by Ubicomp-Association for Computing Machinery’s International Joint Conference-Ubiquitous Computing and pervasive
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