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Gulbenkian’s team creates a platform to “empower” researchers around the world to use Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence is revolutionizing research in the field of health and science, but the pace of its evolution does not allow scientists to adapt to the use of its often complex systems. This was the motto of a team from the Gulbenkian Institute of Science (IGC) in Portugal to develop a free platform that facilitates access to advanced artificial intelligence tools and “trains” scientists in their use.

The platform, called DL4MicEverywhere, was designed for scientists working with microscopic image analysis. The goal is that, regardless of their knowledge of AI, they are able to easily access, train and use so-called deep learning models in their research.

“With this platform, Any scientist can have access to cutting-edge microscopy methods, allowing them to automatically analyze their data and potentially make new biological discoveries,” says IGC researcher Iván Hidalgo-Cenamor, quoted in a statement sent to Observador. The computer engineer believes that this tool can be “a bridge between technological advances in AI and biomedical research.”

“We hope that this platform empower researchers around the world so that they can use the most advanced techniques in their work, regardless of their resources or knowledge,” adds Estibaliz Gómez-de-Mariscal, also an IGC researcher.

The AI ​​platform was developed in collaboration with Åbo Akademi University in Finland and the AI4Life consortium. It was published this Friday in the scientific journal Nature Methods and is available for free. The team also put together a guide on how to use this tool available on YouTube.

Source: Observadora

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