(The Center Square) – The governor’s administration says the state should encourage the responsible use of artificial intelligence throughout its agencies, rather than turn a blind eye to its capabilities.
A new VA study to develop artificial intelligence that can predict aggressive prostate cancer began July 1. Five VA medical centers are working together to develop an artificial intelligence algorithm that can predict if a case of prostate cancer might spread to other parts of the body. The study will eventually expand to 14 sites and will analyze data from more than 5,000 veterans diagnosed with high-risk prostate cancer who have undergone initial treatment. Treatment for prostate cancer […] Veterans Corner: VA and artificial intelligence; GI Bill transfers and scams – The Pantagraph