AI in medicine: Machines do not learn like humans -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine

AI in medicine: Machines do not learn like humans

Interview with Eng. D. Markus Wenzel, Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Image Computing MEVIS


Image: Bold physician with short grey hair, pointy beard and glasses - Dr. Markus Wenzel; Copyright: Fraunhofer MEBIS/Asklepios

Dr.-Ing. Markus Wenzel

Image: A man is working at a computer that shows a model of the human liver; Copyright: Fraunhofer MEVIS

The development of deep learning algorithms with the Fraunhofer MEVIS's infrastructure happens interactively. Clinicians and developers are thus able to cooperate closely.

Image: A comupter-generated model of the human liver between thorax and pelvis; Copyright: Fraunhofer MEVIS

A deep learning algorithm that has been trained shows the outline of the liver and all abnormalities. This enables physicians to get a quick overview.

Image: Man with glasses and beard - Timo Roth; Copyright: B. Frommann
Image: MEDICA HEALTH IT FORUM; Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf

Look into the future of digital medicine!


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