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Deep learning, a branch of machine learning

Episode 6 of ACVC Talks on Digital Health

02/01/2023 01:00 02/01/2023 01:00 Europe/Paris Deep learning, a branch of machine learning DD/MM/YYYY

This is the sixth episode of ACVC Talks on Digital Health series.

Deep learning is a branch of machine learning that leverages neural networks with several layers (i.e., deep) to perform tasks automatically. Unlike classic machine learning, where specific features are engineered and extracted from the data, deep learning removes the dependency on human experts. Its strengths include the automation of medical image interpretation, enhancement of clinical decision-making, as well as identification of novel phenotypes. 

In this video, we will cover the main aspects pertaining to deep learning, including its most successful applications in everyday life and medicine. 

Presented by Andrea Bandini, Postdoctoral Fellow in Biomedical Engineering, The Biorobotics Institute, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa (Italy); Affiliate Scientist, KITE Research Institute - University Health Network, Toronto, ON, Canada.


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