An artificial intelligence algorithm can determine non-invasively, with about 70 percent accuracy, if an in vitro fertilized embryo has a normal or abnormal number of chromosomes.
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A new artificial intelligence approach by Weill Cornell Medicine investigators can identify with a great degree of accuracy whether a 5-day-old, in vitro fertilized human embryo has a high potential to progress to a successful pregnancy.
After Decades of Intense Research, Dr. Shahin Rafii and His Group Are Making Dramatic Advances in the Quest to Grow Human Blood Cells Outside the Body
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