Google Research: Self-supervised learning is transforming medical imaging

Deep learning shows a lot of promise in healthcare, especially in medical imaging, where it can help improve the speed and accuracy of diagnosing patient conditions. But it also faces a serious barrier: The shortage of labeled training data. In medical contexts, training data come at great costs, which makes it very difficult to use deep learningfor many applications. To overcome this hurdle, scientists have explored different solutions to various degrees of success. In a new paper, artificial intelligence researchers at Google suggest a new technique that uses self-supervised learning to train deep learning models for medical imaging. Early results…This...

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