Detection

La maladie de Parkinson est difficile à diagnostiquer, car de nombreux symptômes ne sont pas spécifiques à cette maladie. © Ipopba, Adobe Stock

Parkinson’s: towards early detection of the disease using quantitative MRI

When symptoms appear, the disease is already installed in the brain. Currently, there is no way to detect it before it is too late. But researchers think they have found: it would be a question of identifying tiny structures that form deep in the brain as the disease progresses. The Parkinson disease is a neurodegenerative …

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L'évolution de l'arbitrage vidéo passe par l'utilisation de l'intelligence artificielle. © Pixabay, Planet-Fox

Football World Cup 2022: artificial intelligence at the service of offside detection

You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] How to define the relevance of artificial intelligence? Artificial intelligence (AI), increasingly present in our world, allows machines to imitate a form of real intelligence. But how to define it? Despite the generalization of VAR (video assistance), offside remains the main point of contention in football. In France, …

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Semi-automated offside detection to be used at World Cup in Qatar, FIFA announces

Semi-automated offside detection to be used at World Cup in Qatar, FIFA announces

FIFA announced in a statement Friday (July 1) that semi-automated offside detection technology will be used at the next World Cup, staged November 21-December 18 in Qatar. This technology “offers a support tool for video referees and on-field referees to help them make faster, more accurate and consistent decisions on offside situations,” FIFA said. Read …

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Detection of the polio virus in wastewater in England: analysis by Public Health France

Detection of the polio virus in wastewater in England: analysis by Public Health France

The World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed Wednesday, June 22 the detection of polioviruses derived from a type 2 vaccine strain, in samples of wastewater taken as part of surveillance. This wastewater treatment plant is located in London and drains a population pool of 4 million people. A vaccine-derived poliovirus (VDPV) is an attenuated strain of …

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