Month: February 2020

Objectively Estimating Data Quality

In Artificial Intelligence, it is important to measure the quality of the data we are trying to use. For instance, if we want to classify a cervix image according to the degree of cancer, how do we know if that image follows the acquisition protocol and can be used for diagnosing the patient [1] so […]

Written by on Feb 27, 2020

AI in healthcare: from disease to society

Artificial Intelligence certainly has an impact on every industry and aspect of our daily lives. One of the hottest topics is the application of AI in healthcare though still mostly in a retrospective (in silico) validation scenario and not on actual large-scale randomized trials. While we work on achieving General Artificial Intelligence (or at least […]

Written by on Feb 11, 2020