PharmaTimes April 18, 2024
Jen Brogan

The Tyche model could help clinicians and researchers capture crucial information in images

Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, and Massachusetts General Hospital have introduced a new artificial intelligence (AI) tool to capture the uncertainty in a medical image.

Funded by the National Institute of Health, the Eric and Wendy Schmidt Center and Quanta Computer, the Tyche machine-learning model could help clinicians and researchers capture crucial information.

In biomedicine, AI models help clinicians by highlighting pixels that show signs of a certain disease or anomaly. However, these types of models usually only provide one answer.

“Having options can help in decision-making” and “so it is important to take this uncertainty into...

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