Interesting paper: a guide to reading machine learning articles in : ICYI, have a couple of thoughts to share about this paper 1/n
Clinicians should verify the validity & impact of machine learning methods just as they would any other diagnostic or prognostic tool
Clinicians should verify the validity & impact of machine learning methods just as they would any other diagnostic or prognostic tool
Very helpful article out today for docs, researchers, (and journal reviewers!) alike... "How to Read Articles That Use Machine Learning" -- cc:
How to Read Articles That Use #MachineLearning: Users’ Guides to the Medical Literature. #RADAI #AI ⁦⁩ ⁦
Medical research articles that use machine learning are not easy to read or interpret. This Guide to the Medical Literature is a concise and informative article on how to read machine learning articles.
Interesting piece by authors providing a user's manual for interpreting articles on #MachineLearning & #Healthcare―from study design, to validation, interpretation & considerations for clinical implementation #AI
If one wants to have decent foundation for understanding #AI #ML #DNN in medicine and #pathology this is worth your time: How to Read Articles That Use Machine Learning: Users’ Guides to the Medical Literature | Diabetic Retinopathy | JAMA | JAMA Network
How to read articles that use machine learning: Users’ Guides to the Medical Literature
How to Read Articles That Use #MachineLearning: Users’ Guides to the Medical Literature | Diabetic Retinopathy | JAMA | JAMA Network
How to Read Articles That Use Machine Learning . Nice guide on how to build machine learning and deep learning models, #AI, #artificial_intelligence, #DeepLearning
Correct link for how to (thanks ) The quote about logistic regression is from the commentary (the paper is more upbeat, mainly focused on medical image #AI study interpretation)
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How to Read Articles That Use Machine Learning: Users’ Guides to the Medical Literature via et al