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This committee report, Mammography and beyond: developing technologies for early detection of breast cancer, published in 2001 concluded that mammography – despite its problems – there was still the best choice for screening the general population for breast cancer at an early and treatable stage visible.. The new report, Saving Women’s Lives: Strategies to improve early detection and diagnosis of breast cancer, builds on the work of an earlier IOM and NRC committee that a few years ago examined the array of promising detection and diagnostic technologies in development.Two-wayigent Surveillance System Would Monitor Pedestrian CrossingA team of researchers at the University of Castilla-La Mancha to recognize to recognize an intelligent monitoring system able abnormal behavior by drivers and human walking to cross pedestrian crossings and in other urban. The study, published this month of the journal experts Systems with Applications , could be used to punishing wrong conduct. – Intellect intelligence surveillance software and related theoretical model was wants define in every environment can observe how a traffic scenario normality of, David Vallejo, from Oreto Applied Intelligent Systems Research Group and the UCLM co-author a study by publish in the current edition of experts Systems with Applications, tells SINC..

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