Santiago Silva

Santiago Silva
National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control | INRIA · Centre de recherche Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée

Master of Science

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We propose a novel federated learning paradigm to model data variability among heterogeneous clients in multi-centric studies. Our method is expressed through a hierarchical Bayesian latent variable model, where client-specific parameters are assumed to be realization from a global distribution at the master level, which is in turn estimated to acc...
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We propose a novel federated learning paradigm to model data variability among heterogeneous clients in multi-centric studies. Our method is expressed through a hierarchical Bayesian latent variable model, where client-specific parameters are assumed to be realization from a global distribution at the master level, which is in turn estimated to acc...
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We propose a novel federated learning paradigm to model data variability among heterogeneous clients in multi-centric studies. Our method is expressed through a hierarchical Bayesian latent variable model, where client-specific parameters are assumed to be realization from a global distribution at the master level, which is in turn estimated to acc...
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While data in healthcare is produced in quantities never imagined before, the feasibility of clinical studies is often hindered by the problem of data access and transfer, especially regarding privacy concerns. Federated learning allows privacy-preserving data analyses using decentralized optimization approaches keeping data securely decentralized....
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While data in healthcare is produced in quantities never imagined before, the feasibility of clinical studies is often hindered by the problem of data access and transfer, especially regarding privacy concerns. Federated learning allows privacy-preserving data analyses using decentralized optimization approaches keeping data securely decentralized....
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At this moment, databanks worldwide contain brain images of previously unimaginable numbers. Combined with developments in data science, these massive data provide the potential to better understand the genetic underpinnings of brain diseases. However, different datasets, which are stored at different institutions, cannot always be shared directly...
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At this moment, databanks worldwide contain brain images of previously unimaginable numbers. Combined with developments in data science, these massive data provide the potential to better understand the genetic underpinnings of brain diseases. However, different datasets, which are stored at different institutions, cannot always be shared directly...
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Structural Magnetic Resonance (MR) brain images should provide quantitative information about the stage and progression of Alzheimer’s disease. However, the use of MRI is limited and practically reduced to corroborate a diagnosis already performed with neuropsychological tools. This paper presents an automated strategy for extraction of relevant an...

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This project envisions a novel paradigm for machine learning in healthcare based on the innovative concept of federated learning. Our goal is to exploit the power of modern learning methods at full capacity within the current clinical data scenario. To this end, we will focus on methodological, technical, and translational advances towards the development of a novel generation of federated learning methods for the analysis of private and large-scale multi-centric biomedical data.