Random Forest AI Technology Improves Breast Cancer Detection Rates

Random Forest AI Technology Improves Breast Cancer Detection Rates »

15 Nov, 2017
News

Yedidia is optimistic about the future of AI and curing breast cancer. “It seems likely to me that AI is potentially very helpful for solving breast cancer. A lot of breast cancer is looking at images for tiny details that maybe humans aren’t necessarily good enough at noticing. A human might have trouble taking all these tiny details into account, but a computer can do it without a problem.

Top 5 Reads of the Week

Top 5 Reads of the Week »

7 Oct, 2016
NewsUncategorized

In this week’s roundup: Scientist to use “big data” in coronary disease research, the link between the bacteria and the risk of breast cancer, study finds the hospital you go to can increase life expectancy and more…

Top Five Reads of the Week

Top Five Reads of the Week »

8 Jul, 2016
News

In this week’s MTB Roundup: A new “open-access” medical journal hits the web, a study considers racial disparities in cancer and more…

The Latest Med Tech Funding Opportunities In Crowd Sourcing

The Latest Med Tech Funding Opportunities In Crowd Sourcing »

From bottles that remind you to hydrate, to non-invasive breast cancer tests, we take a look at the latest medtech projects you can help fund.

Risk Factors & Research: A Conversation with Dr. Wendy Chen, Breast Cancer Specialist

Risk Factors & Research: A Conversation with Dr. Wendy Chen, Breast Cancer Specialist »

26 Jan, 2015
PeopleUncategorized
Dr. Wendy Chen, a breast cancer specialist at Dana Farber. Dr. Wendy Chen sees the world of breast cancer from two vantage points: from the bird’s eye view of an epidemiologist, scoping out global trends in the risk factors that cause cancer and disease; as well as from the ground-floor perspective of…

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