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Algorithm Predicts Life Expectancy After Heart Attack

News   May 18, 2018 | Original Press Release from UCLA Samueli School of Engineering

 
Algorithm Predicts Life Expectancy After Heart Attack

The Trees of Predictors algorithm uses machine learning and more than 50 data points to address the complex differences among people waiting for heart transplants. Credit: UCLA Samueli

 
 
 

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