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Funding boost for artificial intelligence in NHS to speed up diagnosis of deadly diseases

Patients will benefit from major improvements in technology to speed up the diagnosis of deadly diseases like cancer thanks to further investment in the use of artificial intelligence across the NHS.<img class="alignright wp-image-121630 size-large" src="” alt=”nhslogo” width=”360″ height=”144″ />

A £50 million funding boost will scale up the work of existing Digital Pathology and Imaging Artificial Intelligence Centres of Excellence, which were launched in 2018 to develop cutting-edge digital tools to improve the diagnosis of disease.

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