Evaluating brain MRI scans with the help of artificial intelligence

Evaluating brain MRI scans with the help of artificial intelligence Top Digital Buy
Greece is just one example of a population where the share of older people is expanding, and with it the incidences of neurodegenerative diseases. Among these, Alzheimer’s disease is the most prevalent, accounting for 70% of neurodegenerative disease cases in Greece. According to estimates published by the Alzheimer’s Society of Greece, 197,000 people are suffering … Read more

Liver transplant patient surgery storage

Liver transplant patient surgery storage Top Digital Buy
“In the US, 70% of [donor livers] are not used. Whether we can rescue that 70%, I don’t know, “says Clavien. “But it’s exciting to try and rescue the organs that aren’t used, or the ones with problems that could be used. This liver was totally amazing. ” Once removed from their donor, livers are … Read more

Abortion clinic surveillance in preparation for post-Roe prosecutions, and China’s covid-prompted economic slowdown

The Supreme Court is shortly expected to issue its decision on a challenge to Roe v. Wade that will — if a leaked draft version of the opinion holds — end federal protection for abortion access across the US. If that happens, it will have far-reaching consequences for millions of people. One of those is … Read more

Anti-abortion activists are collecting the data they’ll need for prosecutions post-Roe

Anti-abortion activists are collecting the data they’ll need for prosecutions post-Roe Top Digital Buy
Identifying license plate information redacted by MIT Technology Review.HEATHER MOBLEY / CHARLOTTE FOR CHOICE Although news reports at the time framed this tracking as a new tactic, it goes back decades. One 1993 article from the Buffalo News mentions several accounts from clinic staffers and clients of harassing phone calls from anti-abortion activists that appear … Read more

The Download: Open source censorship in China, and US kids are more anxious than ever

Earlier this month, thousands of software developers in China woke up to find that their open-source code hosted on Gitee, a state-backed Chinese competitor to the international code repository platform GitHub, had been locked and hidden from public view.Gitee released a statement later that day explaining that the locked code was being manually reviewed, as … Read more