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New applications of artificial intelligence (AI) machine learning are enhancing the chances of IVF conception.

How is your reproductive decision-making going? For many, the desire to have a family is something worth planning for. But sometimes it takes more than planning, financial foresight, and finding the right partner for things to come together.

Innovations by some of Australia’s brightest start-ups are giving patients timely, accurate information to help them make informed decisions about the next steps in their journey.

A clearer picture

About 30 per cent of women drop out of in vitro fertilisation (IVF) treatment after an unsuccessful cycle, according to an analysis of data of 56,652 women from Australia and New Zealand who started IVF treatment between 2009 and 2014. Now, artificial intelligence (AI) is being touted as a solution to shorten conception waiting times for hopeful couples and to reduce the number of IVF cycles that must be performed before a baby is delivered into their arms.

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