That will ruin your day
A biotechnology company selling a $949 blood test that it bills as a "first of its kind" to detect cancer said it incorrectly informed about 400 customers that they might have the disease.
92 percent accuracy
Salesforce has been showing off its ReceptorNet, a machine learning system which it said can spot a critical biomarker for cancer 92 percent of the time.
AI uses federated learning
Intel Labs and the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn Medicine) are setting up a federation with 29 international healthcare and research institutions to train artificial intelligence (AI) models that identify brain tumours using a privacy-preserving technique called federated learning.
PaccMann wants open sauce flavour
IBM has open-sourced three artificial intelligence (AI) projects tailored to help cure cancer.
Winning battles not the war
The CEO of IBM, Ginni Rometty, has hit back on claims that IBM tech was not as successful at fighting cancer as it would like.
It could give you cancer
There is some bad news for Apple fanboys who take their mobile phone to bed with them so that they will dream that Siri is a real girlfriend. It could be that this behaviour is just nature's way of taking you out of the gene pool.
Of course the patent might blue screen
Software king of the world, Microsoft thinks it might be able to cure cancer by treating it in the same way as a computer virus.
29-year study gives the all clear
It is looking incredibly unlikely that mobile phone use is giving anyone cancer. A long term study into the incidence of brain cancer in the Australian population between 1982 to 2013 shows no marked increase.
Refused treatment until it was too late
Aussie brain surgeon warns