Prediction and Intervention of Colorectal Cancer Risk with an Artificial Intelligent System was published in the Annals of Oncology  Volume 29, Issues suppl_8, 1 October 2018.

Prediction and Intervention of Colorectal Cancer Risk with an Artificial Intelligent System was presented at the 2018 ESMO Congressin Munich, Germany on 19 – 23 October 2018.

A total of 720,182 subjects including 18,406 colorectal cancer patients and 701,776 normal people were involved in the study. The predicting accuracy was 96.1% and the clinical verification rate was 95.7%.

Prevent and Intercept AMI (Acute Myocardial Infraction) Risk with an Artificial Intelligent System was presented at the 23rd World Congress on Heart Diseasein Boston, USA on 27 – 29 July 2018.

A total of 1,013,525 subjects including 24,754 AMI patients and 988,771 normal people were involved in the study. The analysis showed that age, blood pressure, CBC, CMP & Lipids data can significantly distinguish normal people from AMI patients & predict AMI risk, the predicting accuracy was 98.4% and the clinical verification rate was 97.5%.

Intelligent Stroke Risk Prediction Platform was presented at the 26th European Stroke Conferencein Berlin, Germany on 24 – 26 May 2017.

A total of 612,962 people including 21,091 stroke patients and 591,861 normal people were involved in the study. The analysis showed that age, Systolic & Diastolic blood pressure, CBC, CMP and Lipids data can significantly distinguish normal people from stroke patients. The predicting accuracy was 98.1% and the clinical verification rate was 95.9%.

Predicting Early Cervical Cancer using Big Data was presented at the 2016 World Cancer Congress in Paris, France on 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2016.

Blood Test Results to Predict Early Esophageal Cancer was presented at the 2016 World Cancer Congressin Paris, France on 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2016.

Big Data Method for Early Prediction of Liver Cancer was presented at The 40th ESMO European Cancer Congressin Vienna, Austria on 25 – 29 Sep 2015.

Predicting Early Lung Cancer using Big Data was presented at the ELCC 2015 European Lung Cancer Conferencein Geneva, Switzerland on 15 – 18 April 2015.

Predicting Early Lung Cancer using Big Data was published in the Annals of Oncology 2015; 26: supplement 1 – i7. 

 

 

 

 

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