Nataliya Sokolovska – Interpretable models for clinical scores

EMBO|FEBS Lecture Course ‘Cancer systems biology: Promises of artificial intelligence’, September 28 – October 2, 2020
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A talk from Dr Nataliya Sokolovska, from University Pierre et Marie Curie, in France, on "Interpretable models for clinical scores".

It was delivered online (talk 4 of 20) on 29 September 2020 as part of the Session 3: Patient stratification and disease classification using Artificial Intelligence methods (1), of the EMBO|FEBS Lecture Course 'Cancer systems biology: Promises of artificial intelligence'. See the event's overview of talks.

The course was organized by the Training Unit of Institut Curie and it was the third edition of their Computational Systems Biology of Cancer course.

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