Remember a few years back when Watson, an artificial intelligence created by IBM, destroyed two "Jeopardy!" champions at their own game?
The AI might have outdone itself this time by saving a human life when doctors were stumped.
University of Tokyo doctors couldn't seem to treat a woman's leukemia that had been diagnosed months before, Engadget reports.
The doctors turned to Watson, and in 10 minutes, it had analyzed millions of cancer research papers and found a solution: The woman had a different form of leukemia than the doctors assumed.
The new treatment was much more effective, Silicon Angle reports.
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