Research Roundup: Artificial intelligence and medical errors, dissociation brain circuitry, ‘cellular compass’ in plant cells
Each week, The Daily’s Science & Tech section produces a roundup of the most exciting and influential research happening on campus or otherwise related to Stanford. Here’s our digest for the week of Sept 13 – Sept 19. Artificial intelligence may reduce medical errors Artificial intelligence sensors could help reduce medical errors and help clinicians save lives, a study published on Sept. 3 in “Nature” reports. “We have the ability to build technologies into the physical spaces where health care is delivered to help cut the rate of fatal errors that occur today due to the sheer volume of patients and the complexity of their care,” medicine professor Arnold Milstein told Stanford Engineering News.