Computers that can make painful discoveries

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Computers set up to examine brain scans can determine if people are in pain, according to Stanford University researchers. Such computers proved more than 80% accurate in detecting which brain scans were of people in pain. They were similarly adept at ruling out those who were not in pain. The real beneficiaries here could be residents with dementia. Such people often have trouble communicating their symptoms.


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