Canadian media reports on ground-breaking University of Alberta work using AI to identify schizophrenia in brain scans

“Scientists at the University of Alberta are finding ways for artificial intelligence to spot schizophrenia in brain scans” – The Star

“Patient brain scans are being used to identify schizophrenia, a diagnosis historically reliant on subjective data of patient experiences, say University of Alberta researchers. ” – Edmonton Journal

“Breakthrough in diagnosing schizophrenia using historical data.” – 630 CHED

“Using Artificial Intelligence to predict Schizophrenia” – Research Matters

“Nimhans partners Canadian varsity to build AI capabilities for schizophrenia diagnosis” – TechCircle

“Improved AI-based tool increases accuracy of schizophrenia diagnosis” – Folio