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issue 11 // february 2019
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A team at San Diego State University is using advanced computerised comprehension tasks to detect language problems in children. We speak to the researchers to find out how the program could lead to significant improvements for conditions that often hamper a child’s progress. Plus, we explore whether democratising data could be the key to providing better healthcare.
Also in this issue, we find out how researchers are using machine-learning to aid critical decisions in sepsis care, get an insight into the past and future of MRI with Avingtrans, examine a high-tech approach to identifying biomarkers for autism spectrum disorder, and profile the legacy of innovator and Medtronic founder Earl Bakken.
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