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Deep Learning vs. Human Graders for Classifying Severity Levels of Diabetic Retinopathy in a Real-World Nationwide Screening Program

Oct 18, 2018
Paisan Raumviboonsuk, Jonathan Krause, Peranut Chotcomwongse, Rory Sayres, Rajiv Raman, Kasumi Widner, Bilson J L Campana, Sonia Phene, Kornwipa Hemarat, Mongkol Tadarati, Sukhum Silpa-Acha, Jirawut Limwattanayingyong, Chetan Rao, Oscar Kuruvilla, Jesse Jung, Jeffrey Tan, Surapong Orprayoon, Chawawat Kangwanwongpaisan, Ramase Sukulmalpaiboon, Chainarong Luengchaichawang, Jitumporn Fuangkaew, Pipat Kongsap, Lamyong Chualinpha, Sarawuth Saree, Srirat Kawinpanitan, Korntip Mitvongsa, Siriporn Lawanasakol, Chaiyasit Thepchatri, Lalita Wongpichedchai, Greg S Corrado, Lily Peng, Dale R Webster

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Grader variability and the importance of reference standards for evaluating machine learning models for diabetic retinopathy

Jul 03, 2018
Jonathan Krause, Varun Gulshan, Ehsan Rahimy, Peter Karth, Kasumi Widner, Greg S. Corrado, Lily Peng, Dale R. Webster

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