Embedded World 2019, Nuremberg, Germany

In Feb 2019, Adam Milton-Barker and Estela Cabezas demonstrated the Peter Moss Acute Myeloid/Lymphoblastic Leukemia Detection System at Embedded World, in Nuremberg Germany, with Intel through the Intel Software Innovators program.

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26 - 28 February 2019       433

In Feb 2019, Adam Milton-Barker and Estela Cabezas demonstrated the Peter Moss Acute Myeloid/Lymphoblastic Leukemia Detection System at Embedded World, in Nuremberg Germany, with Intel through the Intel Software Innovators program.

It was extremely nice of Intel to offer the opportunity, and it was an amazing experience where the team were able to connect with many people to share the story of the project. A big thank you to Estela and Oyinlola Oluwatobi (Tobi), who volunteered their week to helping with demos and talking with visitors to the stand, Intel for the support in the project, and all people that team were able to connect with in Germany.


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Embedded World 2019, Nuremberg, Germany
Embedded World 2019, Nuremberg, Germany
Peter Moss AML/ALL AI Research Project

The Peter Moss Acute Myeloid / Lymphoblastic Leukemia AI Research Project is an open source project with the goals of leveraging Artificial Intelligence to help detect AML/ALL and discover potential candidates for drugs to help combat the diseases.

This project is in memory of Peter Edward Moss who lost his battle with Acute Myeloid Leukemia in August 2019.

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