[CA] iToBoS presented in Llagostera Radio


iToBoS project was presented in Llagostera Radio, a local radio. The University of Girona coordinates an international project to create a tool for early detection of melanoma. The news is made in Catalan.

[CA] iToBoS presented on the radio: Cadena SER


iToBoS project was presented in Cadena SER, a national broadcasting company. The interview is made in Catalan.

Improving AI models with XAI


In the past years, Deep Neural Networks (DNNs) have shown exceptional results across multiple domains, including general image classification tasks, winning Atari games or even detecting skin cancer by lesion classification.

Designing the whole imaging system


An introduction to building the blocks of the iToBoS solution: from fundamentals to camera testing. As we are designing the whole imaging system from scratch, many parameters regarding the imaging system of the total body scanner needed to be specified.

Introduction to iToBoS from the Leibniz University of Hannover


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

Lumps and bumps


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


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

The rise of privacy tech


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.

[HU] Mesterséges intelligenciával a melanóma korai felismerésére


The impact of the iToBoS project in Hungary continued through new publications in numerous broad-spectrum national digital newspapers and magazines.

iToBoS at 26th European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS) 2021


Academic and industry researchers in security and privacy from IBM represented iToBoS and supported  the symposium the European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS) 2021.