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Scientists have developed a visual bioassay to pinpoint the exact age

December 01, 2018

 

PhotoAgeClock is trained on 8,414 high-resolution angled-angle images to predict the age of a person. Scientists have developed a deep imaging bio imprint in an attempt to help determine the age of humans accurately.

Researchers hope that these long-standing biomarkers could be used to provide early detection of diseases or prevent their onset / Ph. Pinterest

Great concern

Age has always been a significant concern for many people. Many surveys and research are conducted to study the age and its external manifestations. Estonian computer vision and AI launch company, Haut.AI, in partnership with Insilico Medicine, uses genomics and data analysis to explore age-related diseases, accuracy of the predicted age.

The PhotoAgeClock trained on 8,414 high-resolution anonymous corner photos – found to be the oldest age-related region – with an accuracy of 2.3 average errors. This can be considered the most cutting-edge technology available today. The impressive parameters of this device have successfully attracted the attention of many people.

CEO of Haut.AI Anastasia Georgievskaya said: “Development of reliable biomarkers of ageing based on photographic images of the skin and face has the potential to accelerate ageing research and help identify interventions that improve skin health and beauty on an individual level. The study of multiple skin conditions using AI and computer vision may change the very approach to skin care. The main value of PhotoAgeClock and the non-invasive biomarkers trained on skin imaging data is in estimation of the differential changes induced by the various interventions.”

Researchers hope that these long-standing biomarkers could be used to provide early detection of diseases or prevent their onset. This is the goal that worth a lot of effort.

This may also help to develop individualized biomedical interventions and skin care to provide a more personalized experience.

The age of humans is always a significant concern. Learn and support this new invention.

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