1. AI May Be Able to Predict Premature Death  Anti Aging News
  2. AI Is Good (Perhaps Too Good) at Predicting Who Will Die Prematurely  Live Science
  3. When will AI die? ‘Very accurate’ artificial intelligence can now predict premature death  Express.co.uk
  4. Artificial intelligence can predict premature death, study finds  Science Daily
  5. A New A.I. Used Data From 500K People to Successfully Predict Early Death  Inverse
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Researchers have been have discovered an unsettling artificial intelligence ability of being able to predict a person’s early death, as published in PLOS ONE. Researchers have been have discovered an unsettling artificial intelligence ability of being able to predict a person’s early death, as published in PLOS ONE.

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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) can now precisely predict when patients with chronic diseases will die, scientists have claimedARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) can now precisely predict when patients with chronic diseases will die, scientists have claimed

When will AI die? ‘Very accurate’ artificial intelligence can now predict premature death | Science | News | Express.co.uk

“Scientists recently trained an AI system to evaluate a decade of general health data and found that it was "significantly more accurate" in predicting premature death than models that did not use machine learning https://t.co/K3XvjmzMZ5”

Mikael Thalen on Twitter: "Scientists recently trained an AI system to evaluate a decade of general health data and found that it was "significantly more accurate" in predicting premature death than models that did not use machine learning https://t.co/K3XvjmzMZ5"

Using health data from roughly 500,000 middle-aged people in the U.K. a new machine learning algorithm was able to correctly identify the cases of early death (as opposed to who lived to the projected 80 year lifespan in the U.K.) roughly 79 percent of the time.The answer to the ultimate human question may soon be just a machine-learned algorithm away.

A New A.I. Used Data From 500K People to Successfully Predict Early Death | Inverse

By combining the health data of more than half a million people, a team of scientists from the University of Nottingham developed an AI test that foresees who is at risk of an early death.By combining the health data of more than half a million people, a team of scientists from the University of Nottingham developed an AI test that foresees who is at risk of an early death.

When am AI going to die? Artificial intelligence model 'very accurately' predicts when it will occur | Daily Mail Online

Researchers have developed an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based system to predict the risk of early deaths due to chronic disease in middle-aged adults.Get latest Technology online at cnbctv18.com Researchers have developed an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based system to predict the risk of early deaths due to chronic disease in middle-aged adults.Get latest Technology online at cnbctv18.com

Artificial Intelligence can help predict premature deaths: Study - cnbctv18.com

Researchers at the University of Nottingham in the UK used health data from over half a million people aged between 40 and 69 recruited to the UK Biobank between 2006 and 2010 and followed up until 2016.Researchers at the University of Nottingham in the UK used health data from over half a million people aged between 40 and 69 recruited to the UK Biobank between 2006 and 2010 and followed up until 2016.

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Everyone is faced with the prospect of death, though not knowing when the time will come can be unsettling for many. Now, researchers have uncovered a disturbing benefit of artificial intelligence – the ability to more accurately predict a person's demise.Everyone is faced with the prospect of death, though not knowing when the time will come can be unsettling for many. Now, researchers have uncovered a disturbing benefit of artificial intelligence – the ability to more accurately predict a person's demise.

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. Artificial intelligence is getting unnervingly accurate in predicting whether people will die prematurely. Researchers at the University of Nottingham are using artificial intelligence to help foretell a human's last days. Scientists used several AI models to analyze open-access health data and predict an individual's risk of dying young, writes LiveScience. The most advanced AI model correctly identified the risk for 76 percent of patients who died prematurely, while more traditional algorithms only identified about 44 percent of patients who were at risk of a shortened life expectancy. "We have taken a major step forward in this field by developing a unique and holistic approach to predicting a person's risk of premature death by machine-learning," said lead study author, Dr. Stephen Weng in a statement. "This uses computers to build new risk prediction models that take into account a wide range of demographic, biometric, clinical and lifestyle factors for each individual assessed, even their dietary consumption of fruit, vegetables and meat per day." Nearly 500,000 people in the U.K. submitted health data between 2006 to 2016. About 14,000 of those participants died prematurely, mostly from cancer, respiratory issues and heart disease. Weng said the AI models were "significantly more accurate" in predicting those early deaths. Read more at LiveScience. Tatyana Bellamy-Walker

Artificial intelligence is alarmingly good at predicting premature death