Chapter 11

Biomedical Image Analytics: Automated Lung Cancer Diagnosis

Steve Kommrusch; Louis-Noël Pouchet    Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, United States


Biomedical informatics as an emerging field has been fascinating talents from artificial intelligence and machine learning for its unique opportunities and challenges. Fast-growing biomedical and healthcare data have encompassed multiple scales ranging from molecules, cells, and individuals to populations, and have connected various entities in healthcare systems such as providers, pharma, and payers with increasing bandwidth, depth, and resolution. These data are becoming an enabling resource to harness for scientific knowledge discovery and clinical decision ...

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