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A Deep Learning Convolutional Neural Network Can Differentiate Between Helicobacter Pylori Gastritis and Autoimmune Gastritis with Results Comparable to Gastrointestinal Pathologists

13 January 2022 | In this 60-minute webinar, researchers and pathologists from the University of New Mexico will discuss their recently published study using the HALO AI™ deep learning convolutional neural network (CNN) to determine whether a CNN can differentiate autoimmune gastritis from Helicobacter pylori gastritis....

Automated Detection and Gleason Grading of Prostate Cancer in Digital Pathology

8 September 2021 | Digital pathology provides an advantage of automatizing many routine pathological tasks via computational algorithms and tools. The reporting of prostate cases is time-consuming due to a large number of slides per case. Moreover, tumor aggressivity grading (Gleason score) is well known for its subjective nature and high levels of interobserver variability. In this webinar, we will demonstrate a deep learning-based tool developed for the detection of prostate cancer in histological slides (prostate biopsies and prostatectomy...

Automated detection and classification of prognostic histopathological features in colorectal cancer using deep learning

9 June 2021 | Deep learning can be applied to both clinical and research based digital pathology. Doing so can bring multiple advantages to both fields. In this talk, Dr. Peter Caie and Dr. Ines Nearchou we will discuss these advantages and describe a specific proof of principle that applies AI to the quantification of an important histopathological feature in colorectal cancer, desmoplastic reaction (DR)....

Approaches to Analyzing Skin Tissue using HALO and HALO AI

6 May 2021 | Application Scientist, Natasha Carmell, will discuss and demonstrate workflow approaches for analysing skin sections stained with H&E and immunofluorescence. Using HALO AI we will identify and segment the corneal layer, epidermis, dermis, cartilage, sebaceous glands and lesions in H&E murine auricular tissues, followed by the segmentation of carcinoma from melanoma in fluorescent multiplexed Melanoma tissue. This AI based tissue segmentation will then be combined with biomarker quantification to identify CD8, CD68 and PDL1 positive populations using...

HALO Image Analysis Masterclass Series: Indica Labs Tech Toolbox Webinar

1 April 2021 | The Indica Labs software products have a number of additional tools to extend the utility of our products beyond the HALO user interface most users are familiar with. These tools allow users to query the underlying database for metadata imported to HALO Link, integrate with LIMS, plugin convolutional neural networks not available in HALO, write analysis modules from scratch, and more....

HALO Image Analysis Masterclass Series: February-March 2021

February 2021 | Indica Labs is excited to continue our HALO® Masterclass Webinar Series this winter. Each masterclass webinar will offer a deep dive into a specific module or capability within our HALO, HALO AI, HALO Link or HALO AP platforms, presented by our expert team of application scientists who train and support our customer base worldwide.These webinars are suitable for prospective customers who want to see a more in depth demonstration as well as current users looking for refresher...

De-Mystifying AI: Artificial Intelligence Applications in Histology

13 October 2020, 10:00 PDT | 1:00 EDT | 18:00 BST In recent years, the term AI (Artificial Intelligence) has become a buzz word in the scientific community - particularly in Pathology. More often than not, scientists have been given a directive to investigate AI solutions with no real detail beyond that. AI can mean many different things in many different contexts. This workshop will help to define the term AI, and look at its application in various aspects of Pathology...

Virtual US User Group Meeting

In lieu of our scheduled onsite user group meetings, Indica Labs is pleased to announce our 2020 US Virtual HALO User Group Meeting.  To make participation easier for our US audience, we will break down the user groups into four one-hour webinars over three days starting at 9 AM PDT/12 PM EDT. To get things started each day, Indica Labs' applications & pharma services teams will introduce and demonstrate new features and capabilities that are part of our upcoming HALO 3.1, HALO AI, HALO Link and HALO AP...

Integration Between Artificial Intelligence and Digital Pathology at AstraZeneca – Broadcast 1, Upcoming Webinar Hosted by Xtalks

In this free webinar, attendees will learn about how AI-guided technologies can be used to quantify digital pathology images. Presenters will discuss different deployment models for AI in pathology and how to identify projects that will benefit from AI. Four practical-use cases for AI in drug discovery and safety assessment will also be presented....

HALO® IMAGE ANALYSIS MASTERCLASS WEBINAR SERIES 2020

Indica Labs is excited to introduce our new HALO® Masterclass Webinar Series. Each masterclass webinar will offer a deep dive into a specific module or capability within our HALO, HALO AI, HALO Link or HALO AP platforms, presented by our expert team of application scientists who train and support our customer base worldwide. These webinars are suitable for prospective customers who want to see a more in depth demonstration as well as current users looking for refresher training or additional tips...

HALO® in the Cloud

Cloud computing has transformed the landscape of computing infrastructure. Many of the most popular websites and applications have embraced this technology to leverage highly available and performant environments while simultaneously controlling costs and adapting to everchanging demand. ...

Integration of Artificial Intelligence with Digital Pathology: Deployment Considerations & Cases Studies in Pharma

By helping scientists make data-driven decisions faster and more efficiently, artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing drug discovery and development.  Pathology is no exception and the Pathology Sciences team at AstraZeneca in Cambridge UK is leading the charge.  Here, neural networks are being deployed to search digital slides for specific tissue classes, features and pathologies that are not easily quantified using traditional image analysis or are too time-consuming for pathologists to quantify by eye. ...