Using artificial intelligence to adjust chemotherapy dosages

February 4, 2019

Using artificial intelligence as a tool to help prescribe treatment

Using electronic patients’ data from Stanford University Hospital, the team of researchers was able to identify those who required a lower dose than the standard one for certain drugs, even before treatment started. They used an automatic learning method called “Random Forest Classifier”; this algorithm combines the results of decision trees based on slightly different subsets of data.

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