Innovative use cases of Computer Vision

Novel applications such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Image Management Cloud Solutions or Computer Vision, key technologies of the NEANIAS project, can lead to new innovative use cases in different fields, such as Dermatology.

The iToBoS H2020 project is a good example of this. The iToBoS (Intelligent Total Body Scanner for Early Detection of Melanoma) project aims to develop an AI diagnostic platform for early detection of melanoma.

Dermatology is a medical field that relies heavily on visual data. The use of computer vision in dermatology could literally save lives. Melanoma, which is one of the deadliest forms of skin cancer, has a survival rate as low as 16% if the disease progresses to the lymphatic system or beyond. The platform includes a novel total body scanner and a computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) tool to integrate diverse data sources such as medical records, genomic data and in vivo images.

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