In Computational intelligence and neuroscience
Pathologists need a lot of clinical experience and time to do the histopathological investigation. AI may play a significant role in supporting pathologists and resulting in more accurate and efficient histopathological diagnoses. Breast cancer is one of the most diagnosed cancers in women worldwide. Breast cancer may be detected and diagnosed using imaging methods such as histopathological images. Since various tissues make up the breast, there is a wide range of textural intensity, making abnormality detection difficult. As a result, there is an urgent need to improve computer-assisted systems (CAD) that can serve as a second opinion for radiologists when they use medical images. A self-training learning method employing deep learning neural network with residual learning is proposed to overcome the issue of needing a large number of labeled images to train deep learning models in breast cancer histopathology image classification. The suggested model is built from scratch and trained.
Eltoukhy Mohamed Meselhy, Hosny Khalid M, Kassem Mohamed A