Robotic scans that could detect the gut missing from most human cancers

Synthetic intelligence may be more powerful than the human eye alone in detecting the early symptoms of bowel cancer.

A new trial in the UK is investigating whether adding artificial intelligence generation

which uses computer algorithms to experiment and study images, to standard colonoscopy exams improves the accuracy of those scans.

More than 42,000 humans are identified with colon cancer in the UK each year 

 and 16,000 die from it, making it the second most common cause of cancer death.

Colonoscopies are the "gold standard" way of diagnosing the ailment. 

 This is where the large intestine is examined using a camera attached to a thin, flexible tube.

The camera transmits live photos of the inside of the intestine to a screen,

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