Topic: Hospitals to use Nasa satelite AI computers to hunt for bowel cancer cells.  (Read 172 times)

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It was announced today on the BBC lunchtime news that NASA astronomy space satellites AI computers are going to be used in a trial program, with hospitals globally, to analyse livestreamed Rectology endoscopy images during procedures to heighten the chances of immediately recognising cancerous bowel polyps so that they can be removed.

They satellites normally process images of distant planets in our solar system, such as Uranus. Now they are going to also be able to process images of your anus, should you have such a procedure performed. 

It's something to consider whilst a nice nurse shoves an endoscope up you butt, should your GP send you for such a procedure, that NASA is scanning your butt hole for signs of cancer.....

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