Not all breast screening programmes are the same - there is a huge variety in participant, eligibility, workflows, technologies and patient diversity.
Building a breast AI solution that can ‘beat’ a radiologist in a controlled environment is one thing. Creating a solution that can support a screening radiologist anywhere in the world, whilst maintaining consistent, reliable performance and ensuring patient safety is quite another.
Join Kheiron and a panel of leading breast imaging experts and researchers to learn about the concept of generalisability, why it’s important, and what are the essential questions you should be asking to ensure your future breast AI solution passes ‘the generalisability test’. The session will include a case study of how we have worked with our NHS partners to deliver a real world, generalisable breast AI solution.
Tobias Rijken - CTO & Co-Founder, Kheiron Medical
Dr Jonathan James - Consultant Breast Radiologist, Nottingham University Hospital
Dr Nisha Sharma - Director of Breast Screening, Leeds NHS Trust
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