Cancer Image Detection Competition Jumpstart

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Since its launch in mid-January, the Data Science Bowl Lung Cancer Detection Competition has attracted more than 1,000 submissions. To be successful in this competition, data scientists need to be able to get started quickly and make rapid iterative changes.

In this webinar, we show how to compute features of the scanned images in the competition with a pre-trained Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) with Cognitive Toolkit (previously named CNTK), and use these features to classify the scans into cancerous or not cancerous, using a boosted tree with LightGBM library, all in one hour.

The speaker for this session is Dr. Miguel Gonzalez-Fierro. 

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