NCI CCR Artificial Intelligence Resource: Recent AI Applications in Cancer Imaging
Join the November NCI Imaging and Informatics Community Webinar to discover how NCI’s Center for Cancer Research (CCR) is leveraging its Artificial Intelligence Resource (AIR) to better analyze medical images for cancer treatment, diagnosis, and detection.
With experts in pathology, medical imaging, and machine learning, AIR has taken on a diverse portfolio of research projects in its first year. In this seminar, senior members of the group will cover some of those projects and lessons learned from forming AIR and summitting the challenges of bringing AI models to the hands of researchers across NCI.
With the growing amount of cancer imaging data, AI is becoming an important but difficult tool for most research labs to access. AIR was established in 2020 to provide a resource for CCR investigators to leverage translational computer vision approaches to analyze medical images (such as radiology, digital pathology, optical imaging).
This event is free and open to the public.
Dr. Brown is a staff clinician at CCR’s Molecular Imaging Branch.
Dr. Harmon is a staff scientist at CCR’s Molecular Imaging Branch.
Dr. Lay is a staff scientist at CCR’s Molecular Imaging Branch.
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