Artifical Pancreas Learns Behavior

Artifical Pancreas Learns Behavior
A new artificial pancreas automatically regulates insulin based on predicted behavior.

Developed by a team at Harvard University, the smarter artificial pancreas relies on a model-predictive control algorithm that keeps the glucose levels within a range instead of a specific point. The algorithm can react in real-time to glucose levels, and also “learn” the patient’s habits to deliver insulin based on the anticipated needs of the user.

Artifical Pancreas Learns Behavior

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