Eyes tell a lot. The old proverb seem to be coming true. Scientists at  Google Research, Verily Life Sciences and Stanford School of Medicine have been able to establish a technique using artificial intelligence which can tell whether a person is prone to heart attack or not in the near future by using deep learning technique of eye scans. A study by an eight-member Google Study team, headed by Lily Peng, which appeared in the journal Nature Biomedical Engineering, said that they would be able to identify new indicators of heart disease risk present in pictures of retinas by analysing them with artificial intelligence.