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Is it possible to retrofit white blood cells with neural network technology to fight infection?

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I have been toying the idea of fusing our white blood cells which search and destroy malicious foreign bodies with artificial intelligence to fight various disease causing pathogens, my worry is that nano machine is just too small to house A.I. otherwise with machine learning that mimics our brain function those white blood cells can easily and accurately identify suspicious activity and intervene quickly before damage can be done. Is this feasible in the near future or impossible due to too many engineering challenges ahead?

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