AI Can Spot Signs of Alzheimer’s Before Your Family Does

Earlier diagnosis could help researchers develop drugs to slow the progress of the disease

Ipsit Vahia, of McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School, points to patterns created by machine-learning algorithms that are used to understand a person’s behavior.

By Emily Mullin

When David Graham wakes up in the morning, the flat white box that’s Velcroed to the wall of his room in Robbie’s Place, an assisted living facility in Marlborough…

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