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Using deep learning to better understand blood disorders

AI-based methods for classifying individual blood cells

Dr. Christian Matek, Dr. Carsten Marr, Prof. Dr. Karsten Spiekermann

For a long time, doctors have been diagnosing disorders of the body’s hematopoietic system using a light microscope. The analysis of individual blood cells is largely performed manually. Now, artificial intelligence can lend them a digital hand.

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