A machine learning approach to identify asthma subtypes based on molecular signatures

A new study published in Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Determines whether protein expression in nasal fluid samples can aid in the diagnosis of asthma subtypes. Stady: Multidimensional endogenous profiling using nasal proteome predicts molecular phenotypes in asthmatic airways. Image credit: Ljupco Smokovski/Shutterstock Subtypes of asthma Asthma is a heterogeneous disease often characterized by … Read more

The stock market will be watching these earnings numbers. This is why your portfolio is so important.

Corporate earnings season has just begun, and the fourth-quarter results that will stream in over the next couple of weeks could be very important to investors, Tommy Kilgore explains. Mark Hulbert looks at an important trend that we hope will not reverse this earnings season. More coverage as earnings season begins: The electric vehicle market … Read more

An AI model predicts how aggressive a cancer will be on a positron emission tomography scan

An Italian group at Vita-Salute San Raffaele University in Milan has developed an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm based on standard F-18 FDG-PET imaging features and clinical data of primary tumors in endometrial cancer patients. They wrote that the model performed well in testing and could be useful in supporting the management of preoperative treatment for … Read more

Artists are outraged after discovering artwork being used to train the creators of AI imagery without their consent

“It feels like a violation” to use their art without their consent to train the artificial intelligence (AI) technology behind the increasingly popular text-to-image software, says Kim Leutwiler, a six-time Archibald Prize finalist. The Sydney-born American artist is one of thousands of illustrators frustrated with their work being used to train AI image generators, which … Read more