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Biomedical applications of computer stuff

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I describe two ways in which techniques from computer science, specifically machine learning, are assisting doctors in medicine. First, deep neural networks can learn to predict locations of key surgical sites from raw image data. Second, by processing large amounts of medical texts, natural language processing techniques can automatically extract relevant medical information to aid patient diagnoses.

This talk is part of the Churchill Scholars Overly Awesome Research Symposium (ChuSOARS) series.

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