The NHS is using artificial intelligence to treat patients at risk of a heart attack, years before they strike.
CaRi-Heart can spot minor problems undetected by routine scans, Oxford University researchers say, identifying inflammation and scarring in the lining of blood vessels that supply the heart.
The tool is being rolled out at 15 hospitals around the country.
And the NHS hopes up to 350,000 patients could benefit every year.
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