Can intelligent systems replace healthcare professionals?

AI is rapidly transforming medicine and health care, allowing for significant advancements in fields such as medical diagnostics, drug development, treatment personalization, supportive health services, genomics, and public health management.

The conundrum of health data in a world of AI-enhanced diagnosis: Legislative frameworks

While the GDPR provides a strong legislative foundation to protect the rights and freedoms of European individuals, it cannot (and does not) govern all aspects that influence the direction of the iToBoS project.

The conundrum of health data in a world of AI-enhanced diagnosis

An article about the the conundrum of health data in a world of AI-enhanced diagnosis in iToBoS project.

Building of the iToBoS Cloud: Advanced Services

One of the key challenges of research in the field of computer science is assembling the appropriate infrastructure needed for scientists to successfully carry out their work.

ABCDE’s of Melanoma

One of the key objectives of the iToBoS project is to educate the general public about the most dangerous skin cancer melanoma and the visual signs that could help in early detection.

Intro to AI Privacy

There is a known tension between the need to analyze personal data and the need to preserve the privacy of data subjects, especially in the health domain.

Interviews for iToBoS: Marjolein van Kessel from Naevusglobal

Today, we spoke to Marjolein van Kessel from Naevusglobal. 

iToBoS presented in AI Magazine

iToBoS project was presented in AI Magazine, a digital magazine specialized in Artificial Intelligence news: the latest trends, industry insight, and influential projects.

Explain to not forget: Defending against catastrophic forgetting with XAI

The work "Explain to Not Forget: Defending Against Catastrophic Forgetting with XAI", with the support of the iToBoS project, has been published.

If you care about your skin

Skin cancers are nowadays the most common neoplasms, both among women and men. In particular, melanomas are among the most rapidly growing cancers that occur even at a young age.