Artificial intelligence lets smartphone microscopes produce lab-quality images

There are now various attachments that allow you to capture microscope-scale images with your smartphone. Unfortunately, however, the limitations of the phone’s lens and image sensor mean that those images still won’t be as good as those obtained by a lab-grade microscope. That could change, however, thanks to a recent advance in artificial intelligence…
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