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Jan 17, 2024
Identifying Cell Types in Lung Cancer Pathology Images Using Deep Learning
Lung cancer remains one of the leading causes of mortality worldwide, with its prognosis heavily dependent on early detection and accurate diagnosis. Traditional methods of cell type identification are time-consuming and subject to inter-observer variability. Deep learning, a subset of artificial intelligence, has shown promise in image recognition tasks and has the potential to revolutionize the field of digital pathology by providing a high-throughput, reproducible, and accurate means of cell type classification.
1.To develop a deep learning model capable of accurately identifying different cell types within lung cancer pathological images.
2.To compare the performance of this model with traditional histopathological analysis methods in terms of accuracy, speed, and reproducibility.
3.To validate the model across diverse datasets, including those from different institutions and patient demographics, to ensure generalizability.
xiangPan, Jiangnan University