Interpretable multimodal deep learning for real-time pan-tissue pan-disease pathology search on social media
A healthcare social media research article published in bioRxiv,
- Interpretable multimodal deep learning for real-time pan-tissue pan-disease pathology search on social media
- Authors (alpha)
- Andrew J. Schaumberg, Auru00e9lien Morini, Betul Duygu Sener, Bin Xu, Bobbi S. Pritt, Carlos Miguel, Celina Stayerman, Corina Rusu, Dauda E. Suleiman, Hongyu Yang, Jerad M. Gardner, John Gross, Karra A. Jones, Kathia Rosado-Orozco, Khanh Ho, Laura G. Pastriu00e1n, Mariam Aly, Mario Prieto Pozuelo, Nusrat Zahra, Olaleke O. Folaranmi, Ricardo Sotillo Su00e1nchez, Rola H. Ali, S. Joseph Sirintrapun, Sanjay Mukhopadhyay, Sarah J. Choudhury, Srinivas Rao Annavarapu, Stephen Yip, Thomas J. Fuchs, Wendy C. Juarez-Nicanor, Yale Rosen
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