Artificial intelligence (AI) technology is being used for many fields, but can it predict the death of an individual?
According to scientists, this is possible.
For this purpose, a new AI model similar to ChatGPT has been developed in Denmark.
An AI model called life2vec, developed by the Technical University, was trained with personal data from the Danish population.
The team that developed it claims that this AI model can predict a person’s probability of death more accurately than other systems.
The researchers analyzed data from 6 million people collected from 2008 to 2020 on aspects of their health, including education, doctor and hospital visits, income, occupation and other aspects.
The ability of the AI model to predict mortality was analyzed using data from individuals aged 35 to 65 years.
50% of the data was for people who died between 2016 and 2020.
The results showed that this AI model could predict an individual’s death 11 percent more accurately than any existing system.
According to the researchers, we used this model to find out how well AI technology can predict future events by taking into account past events and situations.
More importantly, he added, the AI model did not make most of the predictions on its own, but responded by taking the data into account.
The study found that this AI model could predict a person’s test results, the likelihood of death in the next 4 years, and a number of other things.
The results of this research were published in the journal Nature Computational Science.