AI-Assisted diagnostic support

15/07/2021.

A manual examination of skin lesions with a dermatoscope is the current standard procedure and state of the art in dermatoscopy. This is a highly laborious process, often limited to a small selection of lesions which excludes registering the state of off-lesion skin regions.

[HU] Mesterséges intelligencia eszköz a melanoma korai felismerésére

14/07/2021.

Do you want to learn more about iToBoS in Hungarian language? Do not miss this article in which we present you more about the project.

Obtaining images to analyse the skin

10/07/2021.

A patient will enter a room and the scanner will move to acquire images of their body surface, and that’s it! The scanner will look like a series of cameras in an arch that moves.

European Mole Scanning Project to Detect Melanoma with AI-Powered Body Scanners

5/07/2021.

As summer approaches some of us will face an increased risk of skin cancer caused by long exposure to the sun.

iToBoS at 4YFN

2/07/2021.

iToBoS representatives attended Four Years From Now (4YFN) congress. 4YFN is a startups event within the framework of the MWC, aimed at generating networking between companies, suppliers, developers and the market.

iToBoS presented in the MWC 2021

1/07/2021.

iToBoS members attended the Mobile World Congress 2021. The GSMA welcomed the connectivity industry back to Barcelona for the first MWC in the city since 2019, both in-person and virtually, held from June 28 to July 1.

Deliverable "D2.1. Privacy, data protection, social and ethical issues preliminary guide for iToBoS design and development" submitted

30/06/2021.

The deliverable “Deliverable 2.1. Privacy, data protection, social and ethical issues preliminary guide for iToBoS design and development” has been successfully submitted. 

Software for Dataset-wide XAI: From Local Explanations to Global Insights with Zennit, CoRelAy, and ViRelAy

30/06/2021.

The scientifc work "Software for Dataset-wide XAI: From Local Explanations to Global Insights with Zennit, CoRelAy, and ViRelA", with the support of the iToBoS project, has been published.

Deliverable “D1.2 Quality Assurance and Risk Management Plan” submitted

29/06/2021.

The deliverable “D1.2 Quality Assurance and Risk Management Plan” has been successfully submitted.

Deliverable “D11.1 Patient Engagement Plan” submitted

28/06/2021.

The deliverable “D11.1 Patient Engagement Plan” has been successfully submitted. The aim is to ensure the consistent interaction between iTOBOS project partners and the European Melanoma patient advocacy community with two main objectives: