AI for microscopy applications is a hot topic with a growing range of successful applications. DRVision has been using this type of technology for over 20 years and since 2017 we offer it as part of Aivia. While this type of technology can save many work hours as well as increase the productivity of your core facility, it has intrinsic limitations and potential for misuse. Moreover, AI and specifically deep learning is a new discipline for most biologists and microscopists.
In this private webinar for core facility managers we will cover the principles of AI for imaging applications (15 mins presentation) and will answer all your questions (45 mins). Register and submit your questions here.
When (note date change):
30th of May 2019 - 10:00 US West Coast, 13:00 US East Coast
18th of June 2019 - 15:30 London, 16:30 Paris/Berlin
19th of June 2019 - 10:00 US West Coast, 13:00 US East Coast
Open to invited core facility managers. Michael Jones and Luciano Lucas will host this meeting.
What you get out of it:
1) learn about deep learning for imaging applications
2) get clear answers to your questions from our experts
3) practical guide about what images you need to create and what process you need to follow to train a deep learning model for image restoration (e.g. deconvolution or denoising) - we offer to train up to two different deep learning models for every core facility manager that participates in the meeting.
Key deep learning uses for imaging applications:
1) restoration (super-resolution, denoising, deconvolution)
3) inpainting / virtual staining
Benefits of using AI for microscopy applications at core facilities:
1) increase the core's productivity
2) increase usage rates of underused systems
3) increase the range of applications that can be covered without new hardware
4) lower photo-toxicity, reduce photo bleaching and increase temporal resolution
Contact us if you have any question regarding deep learning for microscopy applications or Aivia
15921 NE 8th St, Suite 200
Bellevue, WA 98008