Training Artificial Intelligence to Predict Alzheimer’s Disease
As many as one in five people age 65 or older experience “mild cognitive impairment” — a condition marked by a slight decline in memory, language, or thought. Affected individuals may be prone to forgetting appointments or losing the thread of conversations. They also have a higher-than-average risk of developing the more pronounced cognitive decline of Alzheimer’s disease. Yet for the majority of people, symptoms do not progress. In fact, in some instances, the symptoms can be temporary or reversible.
Read the full article HERE