The smart testing device — developed by researchers at Lancaster University, Brunel University in London, and the University of Surrey — could provide results within 30 minutes using a combination of artificial intelligence, image processing, and molecular virology, according to an announcement. The test could be used by healthcare workers to test patients, or have people even test themselves, researchers said. The device works like this: nasal or throat swabs are taken from the patent and...

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