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In Healthcare (Basel, Switzerland)

The purpose of this study is to increase interest in health as human life is extended in modern society. Hence, many people in hospitals produce much medical data (EMR, PACS, OCS, EHR, MRI, X-ray) after treatment. Medical data are stored as structured and unstructured data. However, many medical data are causing errors, omissions and mistakes in the process of reading. This behavior is very important in dealing with human life and sometimes leads to medical accidents due to physician errors. Therefore, this research is conducted through the CNN intelligent agent cloud architecture to verify errors in reading existing medical image data. To reduce the error rule when reading medical image data, a faster R-CNN intelligent agent cloud architecture is proposed. It shows the result of increasing errors of existing error reading by more than 1.4 times (140%). In particular, it is an algorithm that analyses data stored by actual existing medical data through Conv feature map using deep ConvNet and ROI Projection. The data were verified using about 120,000 databases. It uses data to examine human lungs. In addition, the experimental environment established an environment that can handle GPU's high performance and NVIDIA SLI multi-OS and multiple Quadro GPUs were used. In this experiment, the verification data composition was verified and randomly extracted from about 120,000 medical records and the similarity compared to the original data were measured by comparing about 40% of the extracted images. Finally, we want to reduce and verify the error rate of medical data reading.

Kim Seong-Kyu, Huh Jun-Ho


Intelligent agent, artificial intelligence, cloud architecture, electronic medical record, health care system, neuron computer