Quantum-classical convolutional neural networks in radiological image classification

@article{Matic2022QuantumclassicalCN,
  title={Quantum-classical convolutional neural networks in radiological image classification},
  author={Andrea Matic and Maureen Monnet and Jeanette Lorenz and Balthasar Schachtner and Thomas Messerer},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2204.12390}
}
—Quantum machine learning is receiving significant attention currently, but its usefulness in comparison to classical machine learning techniques for practical applications remains unclear. However, there are indications that certain quantum machine learning algorithms might result in improved training capabilities with respect to their classical counterparts - which might be particularly beneficial in situations with little train- ing data available. Such situations naturally arise in medical… 

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