[GE] Hautkrebs: Forscher der Universität Hannover entwickeln neuen, intelligenten Ganzkörper-Scanner

In this document we present a video on the development of optics for the new generation of scanners of the iToBoS project. The document is in German.

Hannover physicists develop intelligent imaging for the early detection of skin cancer

PhoenixD member Prof. Dr. Bernhard Roth and his team are part of the iToBoS project, which the European Union funds with twelve million euros.

[HE] The machine learns - but does it maintain privacy?

If today privacy is mainly discussed in the contexts of maintaining databases and leaks from them, in the near future it will grab headlines and the attention of companies even when it comes to learning and training the machine. The arcile is writen in Hebrew.

CLEVR-XAI: A benchmark dataset for the ground truth evaluation of neural network explanations

The work "CLEVR-XAI: A benchmark dataset for the ground truth evaluation of neural network explanations", supported by iToBoS project, has been published.

Explaining Machine Learning Models for Clinical Gait Analysis

The scientific work "Explaining Machine Learning Models for Clinical Gait Analysis", with the support of iToBoS project, has been published.

Information Patients With Melanoma Spontaneously Report About Health-Related Quality of Life on Web-Based Forums: Case Study

The scientific work "Information Patients With Melanoma Spontaneously Report About Health-Related Quality of Life on Web-Based Forums: Case Study", with the support of partners of iToBoS project, has been published.

The challenges of building a total body scanner

Designing and manufacturing a machine for a brand new application always starts by the same simple question: how to make it works?

The value of data in iToBoS system

The overall aim of the iToBoS project is to build new diagnostic tools for the early detection of melanoma, exploiting all the available information of the patient.

[GE] Hannoversche Physiker entwickeln intelligente Bildgebung zur Früherkennung von Hautkrebs

Team der Leibniz Universität Hannover ist am Projekt iToBoS beteiligt, das die Europäische Union mit zwölf Millionen Euro fördert.

[CA] iToBoS presented in TV Girona

iToBoS project was presented in TV Girona, a Spanish regional television. The news is presented in Catalan and the news appears in midday and evening edition newscast.