The publication WiseNews, citing a study by scientists from the University of Copenhagen, published material in
This ability of artificial intelligence can bewill be used in hospitals to predict the number of patients who need a respirator. In addition, computers can help determine which people should be vaccinated first. It is known to have trained artificial intelligence using health data on about 3,944 Danish COVID-19 patients.
"A computer can never replace a gradedoctor, but he can help doctors and hospitals see many COVID-19 patients at once and set current priorities, ”said Professor Mads Nielsen of the University of Copenhagen's Faculty of Computer Science.