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ImageCLEFmed GANs

Motivation

Description

Welcome to the first edition of the GANs Task!

The GANs task is a completely new challenge in the ImageCLEFmedical track.
The task is focused on examining the existing hypothesis that GANs are generating medical images that contain the "fingerprints" of the real images used for generative network training.
If the hypothesis is correct, artificial biomedical images may be subject to the same sharing and usage limitations as real sensitive medical data. On the other hand, if the hypothesis is wrong, GANs may be potentially used to create rich datasets of biomedical images that are free of ethical and privacy regulations.

  • The participants will test the hypothesis by solving one or several tasks related to the detection of relations between real and artificial biomedical image datasets. The final challenge description, data, and metrics will be announced soon.



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    Task Description

    Investigate the hypothesis that GANs are generating medical images that are in some way similar to the ones used for the GAN training.
    Details are coming...

    Data

    To be added soon.

    Evaluation methodology

    To be added soon.

    Participant registration

    Please refer to the general ImageCLEF registration instructions

    Preliminary Schedule

    To be added soon.

    Submission Instructions

    To be added soon.

    Results

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    CEUR Working Notes

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    Citations

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    Contact

    Organizers:

    • Serge Kozlovski  <kozlovski.serge(at)gmail.com>, Belarusian Academy of Sciences, Minsk, Belarus
    • Vassili Kovalev <vassili.kovalev(at)gmail.com>, Belarusian Academy of Sciences, Minsk, Belarus
    • Ihar Filipovich <filipovichigor(at)yandex.by>, Belarus State University, Minsk, Belarus
    • Alexandra Andrei <andrei.alexandra96(at)yahoo.com>, Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania
    • Ioan Coman <coman.ioan95(at)gmail.com>, Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania
    • Bogdan Ionescu <bogdan.ionescu(at)upb.ro>, Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania
    • Henning Müller <henning.mueller(at)hevs.ch>, University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland, Sierre, Switzerland

    Acknowledgments