Scientists apply deep learning to blood pressure measurements

A sphygmomanometer, or blood pressure gauge, is probably one of the most common ways to measure blood pressure, but it’s generally less accurate than the readings doctors get using a blood pressure pump and a stethoscope.However, that may not be true for long.A team of Korean researchers has found a way to improve accuracy through the application of deep learning technology.The researchers created a system similar to AlphaGo, a computer program that uses artificial intelligence and deep learning to play baduk.It studied thousands of baduk matches, and eventually beat grandmaster Lee Sedol — a feat previously thought impossible.Using similar techniques, the researchers fed the blood pressure values of 85 people taken by a sphygmomanometer and 85 taken by a doctor into their system.After studying the data, the system was able…

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