Spring into STEM: Machine learning as a potential tool for disease diagnosis
31 May 2022, 11:30 am–12:00 pm
UCL Mechanical Engineering is pleased to present 'Machine learning as a potential tool for disease diagnosis', one of four lectures brought to you by the department as part of the 2022 Spring into STEM webinars.
This event is free.
UCL Mechanical Engineering
In this lightning talk on 31 May, 11:30–12pm, Dr Lama Hamadeh will discuss how machine learning algorithms can be a reliable, cheap and quick tool for disease diagnosis. Join us to find out how they can replace expensive and large equipment just by analysing images of dried blood droplets...
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About the Speaker
Dr Lama Hamadeh
Lecturer (Teaching) in Engineering Maths/Computing at the Department of Mechanical Engineering
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