Melanoma, art and AI: A New Age Approach


In today's digital age, the confluence of art, science, and technology is opening doors to innovative approaches to familiar challenges.

Mole detection using 3D scanned image patches


Skin cancer, especially melanoma, has been on the rise in recent years, and it is the leading cause of fatality among all types of skin cancers. Early detection and treatment of melanoma can be effective in remedying the disease.

New Melasome Project Uses AI-Generated Art for Therapy of Skin Cancer Patients


Hanover, Germany - Lennart Jütte, a nanotechnologist and PhD candidate at the Hanover Center for Optical Technologies (HOT) at Leibniz University Hanover, has launched an innovative project called Melasome, which combines Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) and art therapy for skin cancer patients.

Release of ai-privacy-toolkit version 0.2.0


The open-source ai-privacy-toolkit is a toolkit for tools and techniques related to the privacy and compliance of AI models. We recently released version 0.2.0 of the toolkit containing new functionality around privacy risk assessment of synthetic datasets.

Melanoma, much better to prevent than to cure


Netherlands to provide free sun cream to tackle record skin cancer levels.

iToBoS project presented in a TV program in Catalonia


The iToBoS project was presented on the “Fet a mida” program, a daily television magazine broadcasting topics of general interest and current affairs of La Xarxa.

iToBoS project at 9th Machine Learning in Healthcare Meetup Berlin


The QUEST Centre, which focuses on improving biomedical research, especially in the areas of robustness and transparency, regularly hosts the Machine Learning in Healthcare Meetup to showcase relevant research and cool startups in the field.

What French Melanoma patients know about AI use in their disease: a melanoma patient advocate observation in online forums


The MelanomeFrance forum is an online private forum of around 1500 Melanoma patients and carers, mostly from France, but also French speaking Belgians, Swiss, North Africans and Canadians.

Published 3 posters presenting iToBoS


Find here the three posters through wich the iToBoS project was presented in Vancouver, Canada.

iToBoS at 3rd International Symposium on Microgenomics 2023


The 3rd International Symposium on Microgenomics 2023 was held in Florence (Italy) on 29-30 June.