Behind the Scenes Episode 304: Machine Learning in Breast Cancer Screening using iCad (with Laurence Yudkovitch)

Welcome to the Episode 304, part of the continuing series called “Behind the Scenes of the NetApp Tech ONTAP Podcast.”


With breast cancer, early detection is critical in survival and remission rates. If you can reduce the amount of time it takes to find cancerous cells by using AI/ML workflows, you can literally save lives. Laurence Yudkovitch (Laurence Yudkovitch, LinkedIn, @laurencey) joins us to discuss just how iCad is cutting cancer detection times down, increasing accuracy and reducing the workload of radiologists. Esteban Rubens (@esteban_aihc) from NetApp also joins us.

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