Monthly Archives: March 2016

08 MarAutomatic labeling of MR brain images: performance approaching human accuracy

C. Ledig and D. Rueckert, in Chapter 14 of this recent book, describe segmentation of MR brain images, and conclude: “The performance of current state-of-the-art techniques is starting to approach that of human observers in terms of accuracy. However, the robustness of current approaches is not yet comparable to human observers. This is especially true […]

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02 MarWhat is a probabilistic atlas good for?

This article from Science shows why a probabilistic atlas that includes left-handed individuals is important: Brain-zapping therapies might be hitting lefties on the wrong side of the head

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