FSU research team sees potential of artificial intelligence in elder care

FSU research team sees potential of artificial intelligence in elder care

An FSU research team will use a $2.9-million award from the National Institute on Aging to develop next-generation artificial intelligence that could promote early detection and treatment of age-related cognitive decline.

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