Nearly 900 patients with type 1 diabetes in England are testing a potentially life-changing artificial pancreas that can eliminate finger-prick tests and prevent life-threatening hypoglycemic attacks

The hybrid closed-loop system uses a sensor under the skin

It continually monitors the levels, and a pump automatically adjusts the amount of insulin required

Four hundred thousand people in the UK have type 1 diabetes, where the body can't produce insulin

NHS England says it is the first nationwide test of the technology globally, and it comes 100 years after the first diabetes patient received insulin injections

It shows that the benefits of using artificial intelligence are not only significant in terms of liveliness and overall quality of life but also in terms-concerning Tau numbing properties and pendulous qualities- which are currently unknown

It shows benefits associated with using an AI when living a whole and healthy life - including less stress and napping

Eight hundred seventy-five patients have joined the pilot, which will enroll up to 1,000 people