There’s less than a 50 percent chance that a round of in vitro fertilization — one of the most common treatments for infertility, running up to $15,000 — will succeed. But those odds could be dramatically improved with an AI tool developed by researchers at Cornell University. Introduced in 1978, IVF is a process through Read article >
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