The SU-ASME prototype is here! The SU team rose to the challenge of extracting value from the ASME Research Dataset.
The SU team have been exploring interesting ways to make use of the ASME Research Dataset.
The Medical AI PhD consortium took place in Porto, Portugal in September. The consortium included four research groups from European universities, i.e., Stockholm University (Sweden), University of Porto (Portugal), Brunel University (UK), and the University of Magdeburg (Germany). Two participants from SU’s ASME team had the chance to present some preliminary results of the project as well as receive feedback.
The European Conference on Machine Learning and Principles and Practices of Knowledge Discovery form Databases (ECML/PKDD) took place in Grenoble. Two participants from SU’s ASME team presented part of the framework developed in ASME.
The ASME-ASCAPE Prototype is here! It is based on the ASCAPE Open AI Framework and is able to ingest the (anonymized) patient data in the ASME Research Dataset via FHIR.
The ASME (Artificial intelligence Supporting CAncer Patients across Europe) project, carried out by ZELUS and Stockholm University, has secured access to the dataset on which its research will be conducted.
The ASME (Artificial intelligence Supporting CAncer Patients across Europe) project, carried out by ZELUS and Stockholm University, will adapt the ASCAPE Open AI Infrastructure to make use of the ASME Research Dataset (thus creating the ASCAPE-ASME Research Prototype). This will be one of the project’s key outcomes.
ZELUS and Stockholm University begun collaborating on an exciting new joint research venture aiming to enhance the care provided to skin cancer patients.