Deep Learning and Computer-Aided Diagnosis for Medical Image Processing: A Personal Perspective

  title={Deep Learning and Computer-Aided Diagnosis for Medical Image Processing: A Personal Perspective},
  author={Ronald M. Summers},
  booktitle={Deep Learning and Convolutional Neural Networks for Medical Image Computing},
  • R. Summers
  • Published in
    Deep Learning and…
  • Computer Science
These are exciting times for medical image processing. Innovations in deep learning and the increasing availability of large annotated medical image datasets are leading to dramatic advances in automated understanding of medical images. From this perspective, I give a personal view of how computer-aided diagnosis of medical images has evolved and how the latest advances are leading to dramatic improvements today. I discuss the impact of deep learning on automated disease detection and organ and… Expand
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