AI joins the fight against antibiotic resistance

Artificial intelligence is used to help diagnose antibiotic resistance in a new app being developed by MSF. — AFP Relaxnews

Artificial intelligence is being used to help diagnose antibiotic resistance. Responsible for 700,000 deaths in 2020, drug-resistant disease is a priority health issue for the World Health Organization.

In light of this, researchers and engineers in France have developed Antibiogo, an application that helps diagnose antibiotic resistance. It's expected to start rolling out in 2021.

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