Abstract: Leveraging Web Data for Skin Lesion Classification
The success of deep learning is mainly based on the assumption that for the given application, there is access to a large amount of annotated data. In medical imaging applications, having access to a big-well-annotated data-set is restrictive, time-consuming and costly to obtain. Although diverse techniques as data augmentation can be leveraged to increase the size and variability within the data-set, the representativeness of the training set is still limited by the number of available samples.
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