Studies that utilize AI, machine learning, or deep learning. We use these technologies to assess human health, discover trends in health risks, and to predict the risk of disease. Click the links to learn more.
AI Precision Health Institute
Located at the University of Hawai’i Cancer Center in Honolulu, we use advanced technology including AI, machine learning, and deep learning to assess human health and predict the risk of disease.
The Makawalu Study: Breast Cancer Screening in the Pacific using Portable Ultrasound
Overview Advanced stage breast cancer (stages III and IV) rates in the Pacific are much higher than in the USA mainland, especially where mammography services do not exist or have… Read More »The Makawalu Study: Breast Cancer Screening in the Pacific using Portable Ultrasound
Deep Learning and Total Body DXA Scans (The TBDXA.I. Project)
Overview Deep Learning trains neural networks on large datasets, including images, to generate algorithms that predict endpoints. Total Body DXA scans contain digital information about body composition (fat, bone, lean… Read More »Deep Learning and Total Body DXA Scans (The TBDXA.I. Project)
Three Compartment Breast Lesion Detection Study
The full impacts of digital mammography and computer-aided diagnostic (CAD/QIA) systems on the performance of diagnostic mammography are yet to be realized. Lesion composition as described by its 3 compositional… Read More »Three Compartment Breast Lesion Detection Study
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