Robert Fritze

Robert Fritze

Vienna, Austria

University of Vienna, Austria; Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences, Krems, Austria

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Published on May 05, 2018

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Q: How could a computer recognise cancer?Answer: Humans during their childhood learn to identify colors projected on their retina and to classify them (apple/not apple, car/no car, etc.). We also l...

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Published on Apr 30, 2018

A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.

A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.With approval from experiment.com I have exchanged the budget item. Nvidia Titan V is a very good graphics card, but a Nvidia GTX 1080 is not bad neither...

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Published on Apr 29, 2018

Dead ends ...

Up to now the algorithm that I use for finding the best parameters of the neuronal networks focused on snippets of 128x128 as input for the CNNs, because they perform best. This works well but the ...

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Published on Apr 25, 2018

Did you know that ...

... all backers will be mentioned in the "acknowledgement" section of the final paper?

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Published on Apr 24, 2018

Why "experiment.com"?

Why "experiment.com"?There are three main reasons:(1) Applying for a grant in Austria takes quite a while (months). Crowd funding offers a faster opportunity to finance a project (altough it is muc...

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Published on Mar 21, 2018

Attached you will find a list of the 20 best CNN training results so far (March 21st, 2018). Accuracy is defined as (true positive + true negative)/(total number of images). 1.0 means that all images would have been correctly classified. 0.93 means, ...

Attached you will find a list of the 20 best CNN training results so far (March 21st, 2018). Accuracy is defined as (true positive + true negative)/(total number of images). 1.0 means that all imag...

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