If you ask academic machine learning experts about the things that annoy them, high up the list is going to be overblown headlines about how machines are beating humans at some task where that is completely untrue. This is partially because reality is already so damn amazing there is no need for hyperbole. AlphaGo beat … Continue reading Do machines actually beat doctors?
Thanks again to HISA for inviting us, and for the excellent Q & A / meet and greet after the talks. In particular thanks to Chris Radbone for organising the event. We got a tour of SAHMRI before we started, and I can say that the building was as impressive from the inside as is from outside. … Continue reading Health Informatics, big data and computer gamers @ SAHMRI
I will be giving a talk about my PhD project to the Health Informatics Society of Australia (SA branch) with my supervisors Professor Lyle Palmer and Associate Professor Gustavo Carneiro. Professor Palmer works at the School of Public Health at the University of Adelaide. He is a world-renowned genetic epidemiologist and a previous executive scientific director … Continue reading Seminar @ SAHMRI
Last month I presented a talk on my PhD project at the 2016 Aus and NZ College of Radiology and Radiation Oncology annual meeting, which is the first time I have talked about it publicly. We have not published any major papers yet (our first big one is just about ready for submission), so there hasn't been … Continue reading Precision radiology, deep learning, artificial intelligence, oh my!