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BRAZIL-HEALTH-VIRUS-DIAGNOSIS-ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Vice-director Marcio Sawamura works at the Radiology Institute of the Clinics Hospital of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Sao Paulo (InRad), in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on July 29, 2020, amid the new coronavirus pandemic. - A platform called RadVid-19 that identifies lung injuries through artificial intelligence is helping Brazilian doctors detect and diagnose the new coronavirus, which already infected 2,6 million people across the world and killed 91,000 in the country. (Photo by NELSON ALMEIDA / AFP) (Photo by NELSON ALMEIDA/AFP via Getty Images)
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July 31, 2020
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