iToBoS project held its 2nd Project Management Board meeting


The iToBoS 2nd Project Management Board (PMB) meeting took place on 9/03/2022 throughout video conference system with the attendance of 17 attendees, including the Project Coordinator (PC), Project Manager (PM), Innovation and Exploitation Manager (IEM), Dissemination and Communication Manager (DCM), Data Manager (DM), Quality Assurance Manager (QAM) and WP leaders.

iToBoS presented in the MWC Open Innovation Challenge 2022


iToBoS presents the objectives, challenges and expected benefits of the project at the MWC Open Innovation Challenge 2022 among a wide and multidisciplinary audience.

iToBoS presented in the 4YFN Congress


iToBoS project was presented in the 4 Years From Now (4YFN) congress, held in Barcelona from February 28 to March 3, 2022.

Sunburn explainer


You’ve probably heard it said that the main cause of melanomas is too much sun exposure and many of us are familiar with the painful red skin, blisters and peeling that follow too much time in the sun. But what actually happens in the skin during a sunburn?

PatClarC: Using pattern concept activation vectors for noise-robust model debugging


The scientific paper "PatClarC: Using pattern concept activation vectors for noise-robust model debugging", with the support of the iToBoS project, was published.

Methods for 3D reconstructions in dermoscopy


In the iToBoS project, the so-called 3D cameras are used. These cameras enable us to make a virtual representation of the patient. This can help the dermatologists to match dermoscopic images of lesions with the lesions on the body of the patient.

The challenges of infusing privacy and compliance technologies in the iToBoS project


In any data processing project that deals with personal information there is an inherent tradeoff between safeguarding data subjects’ privacy and yielding useful and accurate insights from the data.

iToBoS project presented in Green Project Expo


The iToBoS project, its challenges and it purposes have been presented in the Green Project Expo.

Skin Cancers: Data and facts


The most updated source for worldwide cancer data is represented by the GLOBOCAN 2020 report of the International Agency of Cancer Research (IACR).

The value of clinical data


Over the last half century, clinicians and researchers have made enormous advances in detecting and treating melanoma.