Intel and UPenn Partner with 29 Health Organizations to Train AI Models

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Intel and UPenn Partner with 29 Health Organizations to Train AI Models

Intel and the University of Pennsylvania are partnering with 29 healthcare and medical research institutions globally to train artificial intelligence (AI) models to detect brain tumors early. The project will use ‘federated learning architecture’ to mine relevant data while maintaining privacy and security.

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Intel said the new effort will leverage the company’s hardware and software “to produce a new state-of-the-art AI model that is trained on the largest brain tumor dataset to date.

Source: https://www.zdnet.com/article/intel-upenn-partner-with-29-health-organizations-to-train-ai-to-spot-brain-tumors/

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