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Lung cancer is the biggest cause of cancer-related mortality worldwide. The majority of lung cancer patients is diagnosed late and gets ineffective therapy. Rapid, sensitive, and precise detection procedures require more attention. To diagnose lung cancer, clinicians currently depend mostly on the clinical characteristics of patients and imaging characteristics. These approaches, on the other hand, are inadequate at detecting lesions quickly and thoroughly. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the capacity of a digital computer or a robot controlled by a digital computer to do tasks that fulfill people's requirements. A vast number of studies have shown that AI is effective not only in detection and dynamical monitoring but also in quantitative therapy during the health-protection process, demonstrating a significant capability for cancer treatment.
Published Date: 2021-12-20; Received Date: 2021-12-02