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The accurate diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease (AD) plays an important role in patient treatment, especially at the disease's early stages, because risk awareness allows the patients to undergo preventive measures even before the occurrence of irreversible brain damage. Although many recent studies have used computers to diagnose AD, most machine detection methods are limited by congenital observations. AD can be diagnosed-but not predicted-at its early stages, as prediction is only applicabledoi:10.1109/access.2020.2989396 fatcat:stcpfqcan5cerltivdu3qiyiaq