One-Click DICOM Manager on Google Cloud
Using Google Healthcare API for Secure Patient Image Sharing
In this recording we share how SpringML leverages Machine Learning to create social distancing compliance solutions leveraging Google Cloud Vision AI. Our frameworks allow for rapid detection from any video feed when people are not wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) or complying with social distancing guidelines.
Automating Clinical Workflows with Google’s Healthcare API
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Customer Segmentation using Mobility Reports
Due to COVID-19 all sorts of organizations are experiencing floods of applications. SpringML can quickly and cost effectively build an applicant intake solution on Google Cloud helping to manage application surges.
AI Vision et Cloud Auto ML pour Michelin
Dialogue avec notre VP Science des Donnee sur AI Vision et Cloud Auto ML pour Michelin.
COVID-19 Community Mobility Reports from Google and Apple
With the urgent need to better understand the spread of COVID-19 many mobile device companies are making location data available. We applaud Google and Apple for not only making this data available to everybody in an easy comma-delimited file but also to ensure it’s anonymized.
Using Autoencoders to Better Know Your Customers
In this blog we walk-through how to train an autoencoder model using a dataset of customers with good financial profiles that are seeking loans. The autoencoder will learn the common traits that make a customer a “good” credit risk.
Detecting COVID-19 with Machine Learning
In this blog we will explore how deep learning techniques developed for image analysis and classification can be leveraged to detect if lungs have been infected due to coronavirus.
A Comparison of Kubeflow & TFX(TensorFlow Extended)
In this report, we compare two technologies that have come out of Google for managing machine learning Pipelines. The first is Kubeflow, which has been in development since 2018 and was originated as a way of bringing the ideas of TFX (used only internally at Google at the time) to the public via open source tools and is in the process of changing as many developments as open source tools come and go. The second is TensorFlow Extended (TFX) itself. Google announced that it would be making TFX available to the public at the end of 2018.