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AI predicts surgery risks, U.S. strengthens Red Sea security
U.S. launches naval task force for Red Sea security amid rising threats, and a groundbreaking AI tool promises to revolutionize surgical risk assessment
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[7.0] Pentagon forms naval task force to address Red Sea attacks — Financial Times [$]
The U.S. is initiating "Operation Prosperity Guardian" to protect Red Sea shipping against attacks by Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen. This escalation has sparked concerns over global energy supply disruptions, influencing oil and gas prices. Major companies like BP have already suspended shipments through the Red Sea due to these heightened security risks.
[7.0] New AI tool accurately predicts how patients would fare after surgeries — News-Medical.Net
A new AI tool uses pre-operative electrocardiograms to identify patients at high risk of post-surgery complications, signaling a 9-fold increased mortality risk. The study highlights the tool's potential in improving surgical decision-making, which currently relies on limited clinical assessments. Efforts are underway to develop this innovation into a widely accessible web application.
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