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In Journal of oncology

According to statistics released by the WHO, China has the highest prevalence of myopia in the world, with a frequency that is 1.5 times higher than the global average. Asians have the highest prevalence of myopia worldwide. The Ministry of Education and the State General Administration of Sports "2010 National Student Physical Fitness and Health Research Results" show that the incidence of poor vision among primary and secondary school students in China is 67.3%, and elementary school students' vision has decreased by 40.9%. Low vision among youth has become a major cause of affecting the quality of the population and improving national physical fitness; therefore, how to improve and enhance the vision level of youth has become a major issue for the government, sports, and educators face as a major issue. In order to address this issue, this research suggests a deep learning-based vision monitoring and risk prediction model for high myopia eyes and develops a deep artificial neural network that unsupervised learns essential characteristics of physiological time-series data.

Huang Zhaoxia, Xu Xue, Cheng Wenhui