iToBoS organized the workshop entitled “Ethical impact of the use of AI technologies for the detection of melanoma as addressed in iToBoS”.
The iToBoS 2nd General Assembly (GA) meeting took place on 18th January 2022 throughout video conference system with the attendance of 49 participants belonging to the 19 project partner organizations.
The scientific work "Explaining Machine Learning Models for Clinical Gait Analysis", with the support of iToBoS project, has been published.
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.
The selection process for the coverage of a graduate / research support position (G3-Research Support Staff) for the research support of the CLINICAL FOUNDATION FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH (FCRB) to be part of the research project: “iToBoS: Intelligent Total Body Scanner for Early Detection of Melanoma”.
A camera team from Sat.1 filmed PhoenixD member Prof. Dr Bernhard Roth and his team at the HOT - Hannover Centre for Optical Technologies. The subject was research into a new type of skin cancer scanner for early and reliable diagnosis of the disease.
The scientific work "Finding and removing Clever Hans: Using explanation methods to debug and improve deep models", with the support of iToBoS project, was published in ScienceDirect.
The iToBoS team wishes you MERRY CHRISTMAS and all the best for a healthy and successful 2022 !
PhoenixD member Prof. Dr. Bernhard Roth and his team are part of the iToBoS project, which the European Union funds with twelve million euros.
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.