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Artificial Intelligence in Colonoscopy for Cancer Prevention

Project description

Cancer prevention: the role of artificial intelligence

Colonoscopy constitutes the conventional approach for detecting and removing precancerous polyps. Although artificial intelligence (AI) is considered to assist the detection of malignant cells, there is no direct evidence of its impact on colorectal cancer prevention. The key objective of the EU-funded ACCEPT project is to establish the research infrastructure which enables direct comparison between standard colonoscopy and AI-assisted colonoscopy. Researchers will utilise real-world data as well as follow-up information from the national colorectal cancer screening programmes in Europe. Results will provide reliable evidence on the role of AI in cancer prevention and help disseminate this technology across Europe and the rest of the world.


Net EU contribution
€ 214 158,72
Problemveien 5-7
0313 Oslo

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Norge Oslo og Viken Oslo
Activity type
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Other funding
€ 0,00