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  4. Most recently, Hahn et al. Interestingly, these six individuals had higher Gaussian Process Classifiers risk scores than the seven high-risk subjects who did not become ill. Several studies have recently used machine learning methods to evaluate response to treatment with antidepressant medication. Other attempts at predicting response to treatment have been less successful. Nevertheless, none of the above-mentioned studies have achieved this degree of diagnostic success in an independent cohort, and this will be a crucial test for the field.

    The extent to which diagnostic and treatment misclassification will be tolerated by patients, clinicians and the health care industry will ultimately be determined by this cost-benefit ratio. Independent of the technical challenges involved in developing diagnostic algorithms, we raise the issue of whether the current approach to developing neuroimaging-based tests for the diagnosis of psychiatric disorders is philosophically flawed.

    The claim that the machine learning approach will lead to objective biomarkers of psychiatric illness that will supplant the clinical interview is circular because the algorithms are trained to categorize patients based on clinical that is, DSM-IV diagnoses.