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Lilach is a Senior Algorithm Developer with 20 years of experience. Currently working at Ibex Medical Analytics on cancer diagnosis in biopsies images using Computer Vision and Deep Learning methods.
In her previous roles she worked on image classification in Cortica, time series analysis in Takadu and algorithms for firmware update in Red Bend.
Lilach has an M.Sc. in Computer Science from Tel Aviv University and a B.Sc in Computer Science from The Open University.

Lilach Bien

Senior Algorithm Developer
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English, Hebrew
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Rehovot, Israel
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Can also give an online talk/webinar
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The Challenges We Face When Teaching Computers to Diagnose Cancer

Data / AI / ML, Inspirational

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Cancer is a leading cause of death globally and one of the main challenges modern healthcare is facing.

To date, pathology is the sole medical specialty responsible for diagnosing and grading cancer, based on the morphology of various structures within the specimen. The diagnosis is traditionally performed by a pathologist observing the stained specimen on a glass slide under a microscope. Recent years have seen the rise of digital pathology, also referred to as virtual microscopy – the practice of pathology using scanned slides on a computer screen. While the utility of replacing a microscope with a screen is under much debate amongst pathologists, the value, for medical practice as well as for patients, of applying artificial intelligence on top of digitized scans is widely recognized.

The problem of diagnosing cancer is a classic one for Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs), ideally suited for identifying subtle, complex patterns and classifying them with high accuracy. CNN-based.

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