Data Artifact Avoidance for Melanoma Detection

Deep neural networks (DNNs) are powerful tools for accurate predictions in various applications and have even shown to be superior to human experts in some domains, for instance for Melanoma detection.

Conference presenting the iToBoS project

This video offers a presentation of the iToBoS project, including its motivations, the challenges faced and the objectives.

Artificial Intelligence for Digital Pathology

Digital pathology is an emerging sub-division of conventional microscopy, enabling practitioners to virtualize glass pathology slides for more in-depth analysis.

Dermatology Scans for Melanoma

Skin cancer is one of the most common types of all cancers. Melanoma may be the rarest subtype, but it will be responsible for over 7000 deaths this year, in the United States alone. Here’s the better news.

Revealing Data Artifacts in Melanoma Detection

In the recent decade, deep neural networks (DNNs) have successfully been applied to a multitude of tasks both in research and industry.

How to detect overfit models?

Detecting overfitting is technically not possible unless we test the data.

What is overfitting in Deep Learning

Out of all the things that can go wrong with your ML model, overfitting is one of the most common and most detrimental errors.

Image Relighting

Image relighting is the task of simulating a light source change in an image. It is an inverse challenging problem that is usually solved by estimating the image geometry, the reflectance and the lighting. Usually, the results contain artifacts that makes the output look unrealistic.

iToBoS project coordinator supported the MPNE 2023 Conference

Prof. Rafael Garcia (University of Girona), coordinator of iToBoS project, attended the annual Conference of the European Association of Melanoma Patients (MPNE 2023).

Interview with Lasse Folkersen, the author of Understand your DNA

As part of iToBoS educational module prs4pa- polygenic risk scores for patient advocates- we will be reading 'Understand your DNA' as an introduction to genetics in the form of a book club.