Experts from Boston have developed a supercomputer that can predict a person's date of death with accuracy up to 95%. The program, based on the collected data, displays the patient's diagnosis and prognosis for treatment.
The first such device already running in the Boston medical center Beth Israel Deacones. Scientists have created a computer not to replace the doctor, and to facilitate the work with patients.
To date, the database contains information about 250 thousands of people treated in US hospitals in the last three decades.
The program involves not only how to live but also gives predictions on the course of disease in each individual patient. Information reported is based on the disease to others and is purely statistical.