Study finds AI-driven eye exams increase screening rates for youth with diabetes

A Johns Hopkins Children’s Center study of children and youth with diabetes concludes that so-called autonomous artificial intelligence (AI) diabetic eye exams significantly increase completion rates of screenings designed to prevent potentially blinding diabetes eye diseases (DED). During the exam, pictures are taken of the backs of the eyes without dilating them, and AI is used to provide an immediate result.

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