Computers have learned to detect the likelihood of death from COVID-19

The publication WiseNews, citing a study by scientists from the University of Copenhagen, published material in

which reports that computers have learned to detect the likelihood of death from coronavirus infection. So, people can know with an accuracy of 90% whether they will die from this disease.

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.