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Scientific referencing in embryo research
"How good are computers and artificial intelligence to increase chanses for successful IVF? Researchers disagree"
In the article, three references are given, all of them unrelated to the subject. The first one is not a publication at all, the second about genetics, and the third about stem cells. In this article, a professor is quoted to claim an opinion, with no evidence shown, and no-one else to balance the statements. This is advertising, not science!