Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory have developed a machine learning algorithm that leverages large amounts of intensive care unit (ICU) data to predict actionable interventions for patients and improve health outcomes.
By tapping into an MIT database of de-identified data for 40,000 critical care patients—including demographics, laboratory tests, medications and vital signs—the research team is able to use deep learning to determine what kinds of treatments are needed for different symptoms.
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