The photonic time stretch microscope
The photonic time stretch microscope images cells without causing them harm and can identify over two dozen physical characteristics, including: biomass, granularity and size. This alone makes for much more accurate and effective identification of the correct cells and makes retesting an option that wasn’t always available in the past. These new tests invented at UCLA use a photonic time stretch microscope, a practice capable of imaging cells in blood samples very quickly. Couple that with a deep learning computer program that locates cancer cells correctly 95% of the time, and you have a much better chance of pinpointing cancer cells early on, allowing for quicker treatment to stop the spread. Deep learning is a popularly used artificial intelligence that works with complex algorithms to pull meaning from data, leading to better decision making.
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