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May 5, 2012

Buuuuzzzz

devadutta @ 3:06 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1336230383 ) Play
2012-05-11

If you were playing this game, what will you be doing to help doctors?

Cracked by: Rogi , Bharath , Anjul , Ananth , badideabear , Manish Achuth , raklodramA , KK , rickde , Sujoy , Sumanth Patlolla and Bipin Banavalikar

Answer:
Awesome game that helps doctors with diagnosis of Malaria. More info here http://biogames.ee.ucla.edu/

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12 Responses to “Buuuuzzzz”

  1. Rogi
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    Adding to the collective hive mind and judging whether blood samples show Malaria infection.


  2. Bharath
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    crowdosourcing game created by UCLA designed to let players help doctors in key areas of the world speed the lengthy process of distinguishing malaria-infected red blood cells from healthy ones


  3. Anjul
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    Help in Malaria diagnosis


  4. Ananth
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    Diagnose infectious diseases. Malaria in particular.


  5. badideabear
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    Helping doctors diagnose infectious diseases. More specifically, identifying malaria infected red blood cells from healthy ones.


  6. Manish Achuth
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    Biogames, game to diagnose patients with Malaria.


  7. BioGames

    to diagnose patients with malaria


  8. KK
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    diagnose malaria-infected blood cells with almost the same accuracy as that of a trained medical professional.


  9. rickde
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    Biogames
    helps diagnose infectious diseases
    it speeds up the lengthy process of distinguishing malaria-infected red blood cells from healthy ones


  10. Sujoy

    Diagnose malaria


  11. Sumanth Patlolla
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    Crowdsourcing game might help doctors in diagnosing malaria


  12. Bipin Banavalikar
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    Researchers from UCLA’s School of Engineering and Applied Science and the School of Medicine have designed a system that can harness distant groups of people to analyze pathology images for signs of disease. The system they built relies on video gaming to attract people to do the visual tasks necessary to spot malaria.


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