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Unknown titlele and an international team of researchers Share Article 0 PRINT A A A Specialised camera: A montage of images of the retina taken using fundus photography. | Photo Credit: Special arrangement <span>A tool to detect diabetic retinopathy has been developed by Google and an international team of researchers From diagnostics to drug development, artificial intelligence (AI) today has become a valuable extension of the medical field. A new addition to its long list of uses is a hi-tech screening tool developed by Google and an international team of researchers for detecting diabetic retinopathy a diabetic complication in the eye. A study conducted at two eye care centres in India — Aravind Eye Hospital, Madurai and Sankara Nethralaya, Chennai — which screened over 3,000 patients with diabetes, has shown that the
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