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A robot is said to be ahead of doctors in cancer diagnosis

According to the English newspaper Zesun, experts from the University of Bristol hope that the robot will be used in pharmacies and health centers.




The robot was built using a 3D printer and its effectiveness was tested on a 'breast' made of silicon.


It has been revealed that a robot has overtaken doctors in diagnosing malignant cancer.


According to the British newspaper Zesun, experts from the University of Bristol hope that the robot will be used in pharmacies and health centers.


Experts say the robot will improve breast cancer screening in women.


Lead researcher George Jenkinson said they want the robotic technology to complement methods used to diagnose breast cancer. Early or early detection of cancer increases the chance of survival.


George and his team claim to be making a robot that's better and faster than doctors at diagnosing cancer. According to George, the robot, using methods used by doctors and artificial intelligence or artificial intelligence, can detect cancer symptoms that cannot be detected by humans.


This robot was built using a 3D printer and its effectiveness was tested on a 'breast' made of silicon.


George expressed his hope that the robot will be of great help in future cancer diagnosis.


Although breast cancer is more common in women, it also occasionally affects men.

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