Intel Develops Artificial Intelligence to Detect Brain Tumor

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With the ever-evolving technology, artificial intelligence continues to evolve and the number of areas used in our daily life is gradually increasing. It seems that artificial intelligence will not only enter our lives in the coming years, but will also save our lives. Intel and the University of Pennsylvania started work on artificial intelligence that could detect a brain tumor.

Intel’s University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) Perelman Medical School, which is the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturer, collaborated to develop an artificial intelligence model capable of detecting a brain tumor .

“Artificial intelligence has shown it to be very promising for the early detection of a brain tumor , but it will require much more data than a single medical center has to reach its full potential ,” Intel Labs Chief Engineer Jason Martin said in a statement.

Using artificial intelligence to detect brain tumor:

The program of the National Health Institute supported by the National Cancer Institute; It will collaborate with 29 healthcare organizations and research institutes in the USA, Canada, the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland and India .

Dr. from Perelman Medical School. Spyridon Bakas, the Federation of Medical Centers, which will start developing algorithms for detecting a brain tumor this year; He said he would allow medical researchers to access large amounts of this data. Intel, UPenn and 29 other institutes will keep the patient data used in the program confidential thanks to ‘ unified learning’ .

In this model, medical centers will train the artificial intelligence model using their own data. The models will then be shared with the central server, which will form a common model. Unprocessed data will remain in medical centers, which will both protect the data privacy of patients and avoid the need for big data transfer.

Unified learning, according to studies by Intel and UPenn; 99% more effective than traditional and confidentiality methods . Intel said in a statement that this partnership will now focus on the brain tumor, but there are several studies on how it can be used to detect different diseases.


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