Potential applications of deep learning-based technologies in Hungarian mammography

Ribli Dezső, Zsuppán Richárd, Pollner Péter, Horváth Anna, Bánsághi Zoltán, I. Csabai, V. Bérczi, Unger Zsuzsa

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Introduction and aim: The technology, named 'deep learning' is the promising result of the last two decades of development in computer science. It poses an unavoidable challenge for medicine, how to understand, apply and adopt the - today not fully explored - possibilities that have become available by these new methods. Method: It is a gift and a mission, since the exponentially growing volume of raw data (from imaging, laboratory, therapy diagnostics or therapy interactions, etc.) did not solve until now our wished and aimed goal to treat patients according to their personal status and setting or specific to their tumor and disease. Results: Currently, as a responsible health care provider and financier, we face the problem of supporting suboptimal procedures and protocols either at individual or at community level. The problem roots in the overwhelming amount of data and, at the same time, the lack of targeted information for treatment. We expect from the deep learning technology an aid which helps to reinforce and extend the human-human cooperations in patient-doctor visits. We expect that computers take over the tedious work allowing to revive the core of healing medicine: the insightful meeting and discussion between patients and medical experts. Conclusion: We should learn the revelational possibilities of deep learning techniques that can help to overcome our recognized finite capacities in data processing and integration. If we, doctors and health care providers or decision makers, are able to abandon our fears and prejudices, then we can utilize this new tool not only in imaging diagnostics but also for daily therapies (e.g., immune therapy). The paper aims to make a great mind to do this.

Translated title of the contributionPotential applications of deep learning-based technologies in Hungarian mammography
LanguageHungarian
Pages138-143
Number of pages6
JournalOrvosi hetilap
Volume160
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2019

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    A számítógépes mélytanulási technológia várható megjelenése a hazai mammográfiában. / Dezső, Ribli; Richárd, Zsuppán; Péter, Pollner; Anna, Horváth; Zoltán, Bánsághi; Csabai, I.; Bérczi, V.; Zsuzsa, Unger.

    In: Orvosi hetilap, Vol. 160, No. 4, 01.01.2019, p. 138-143.

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    Dezső, Ribli ; Richárd, Zsuppán ; Péter, Pollner ; Anna, Horváth ; Zoltán, Bánsághi ; Csabai, I. ; Bérczi, V. ; Zsuzsa, Unger. / A számítógépes mélytanulási technológia várható megjelenése a hazai mammográfiában. In: Orvosi hetilap. 2019 ; Vol. 160, No. 4. pp. 138-143.
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