Novel AI methodologies for Oncology
AI has been the driving factor behind many novel innovations, and several of these could enable new diagnostic and treatment paradigms in cancer. However, the application of AI in oncology brings up many further fundamental questions and challenges. Inspired by the oncological application, we research and develop new AI methodologies.
Part of the research is within the ICAI AI for Oncology Lab, a collaboration between the informatics institute of the University of Amsterdam and the Netherlands Cancer Institute.
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