Image Deblurring

Image deblurring is the technique of removing blurring artifacts from an image that can come from object motion, camera shake or out-of-focus blur.

[ES] iToBoS presented in BioTech Spain

iToBoS project was presented in BioTech Spain, an online portal dedicated to the dissemination and diffusion of projects and news related to biotechnology in Spain.

Explaining the Predictions of Unsupervised Learning Models

The scientific work "Explaining the Predictions of Unsupervised Learning Models", developed with the support of the iToBoS project, has been published.

An introduction to image denoising

Image acquisition comes with unavoidable and unwanted noise acquisition due to camera hardware limitations and illumination challenges, making image denoising a fundamental task in image processing.

Gender equity in artificial intelligence applications in dermatology

In the last few years, there have been remarkable developments in computational methods for helping dermatologists to diagnose skin cancer in early stages.

Efficient AI Predictions through Explainability-driven Neural Network Quantization

Solving increasingly complex real-world problems, continuously contributes to the success of deep neural networks (DNNs) (Schütt et al. 2017; Senior et al. 2020). DNNs have long been established in numerous machine learning tasks and for this have been significantly improved in the past decade.

Explainable AI Methods - A Brief Overview

The scientific work "Explainable AI Methods - A Brief Overview", with the support of iToBoS project, has been published.

ECQx: Explainability-Driven Quantization for Low-Bit and Sparse DNNs

The scientific work "ECQx: Explainability-Driven Quantization for Low-Bit and Sparse DNNs", with the support of iToBoS project, has been published.

[FR] Quelle éthique pour l’intelligence artificielle en santé ?

Intégrer l’intelligence artificielle au domaine médical, c’est se poser les bonnes questions, notamment au niveau éthique. 

Why the early detection of Melanoma will become more important than ever

On March 30th, scientists from the International Agency for Research on Cancer published a study on the Global Burden of Cutaneous Melanoma in 2020 and Projections to 2040.