Researchers use artificial intelligence tools to speed critical information on drug overdose deaths

An automated process based on computer algorithms that can read text from medical examiners’ death certificates can substantially speed up data collection of overdose deaths—which in turn can ensure a more rapid public health response time than the system currently used, new UCLA research finds.

This article was originally published on MedicalXpress.com

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