The Open Source Imaging Consortium (OSIC) was proud to partner with Kaggle to host the first ever computational challenge for interstitial lung diseases: The OSIC Pulmonary Fibrosis Progression Challenge. A $55,000 prize was awarded to the Kaggle investigator(s) who devised the highest performing algorithm.
We are happy to announce the winners to our first Kaggle Challenge
Kaggle is a global online competition platform made up of data scientists and machine learning practitioners designed to allow users to publish data and create data science challenges. With well over 5,000,000 registered users (Kagglers), from 250 different countries, Kaggle competitions have resulted in many successful programs including advancing medical research in HIV and cancer, as well as creating forecasting models for traffic and driving advances in neural networks.
Make sure to follow us on Twitter at @OSICild to stay up-to-date on everything Kaggle (including when Kaggle Challenge #2 will be) and OSIC related.
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