Introduction to iToBoS from the Leibniz University of Hannover

26/10/2021.

An introduction to the Leibniz University of Hannover and their approach to the iToBoS project.

Lumps and bumps

25/10/2021.

As we age, our skin acquires all sorts of mysterious lumps and bumps – some might be cancers, but most are benign. Here are some of the most common types that iToBoS will be learning to distinguish from melanoma.

iToBoS attended the XI Conferences on R+D+I & Health

22/10/2021.

iToBoS representatives attended the conference, inspired under the motto “Artificial Intelligence, a new paradigm in human care”. The event was held in Catalan.

iToBoS presented in RAKETA

21/10/2021.

The project is presented in RAKETA, pointing out that iToBoS is a holistic assessment tool for the screening of cancer lesions, being developed useing artificial intelligence to consider all patient parameters and thus recognize the malignancy. The article is writen in Hungarian.

The rise of privacy tech

20/10/2021.

When I started to work on privacy technologies at IBM Research almost 15 years ago, virtually no-one was talking about privacy or the rights of data subjects with regard to their data. There were a few academic conferences out there focused (at least partially) on privacy, but it was a very niche domain with little interest outside of the small community working on it directly.

iToBoS presented in the Eötvös Loránd Research Network (ELKH)

16/10/2021.

iToBoS project has been presented in the Eötvös Loránd Research Network as an artificial intelligence tool that is being developed for the early detection of melanoma with the help of SZTAKI staff. 

iToBoS project presented in News Research

14/10/2021.

ItoBoS is presented as an EU-funded iToBoS project aimed to develop a holistic diagnostic and assessment tool for the early detection of melanoma. The article, written in German, presents the project, its challenges and the solutions to develop.

iToBoS project presented in Technologiebox

13/10/2021.

ItoBoS is presented as an EU-funded iToBoS project that aims to develop a holistic diagnostic and assessment tool for the early detection of melanoma. The article, written in German, presents the project, its challenges and the solutions to develop.

iToBoS project presented in Initiative Mittelstand

13/10/2021.

iToBoS is presented as a project funded by EU aimed to develop a holistic diagnostic and assessment tool for the early detection of melanoma. The article, written in German, presents the project, its challenges and the solutions to develop. in the Presse section.

iToBoS project introduced in Daily Advent

12/10/2021.

EU project iToBoS develops diagnostic and assessment tool for the early detection of melanoma. The aticle is writen in German.