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Recent Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Early Cancer Detection

[ Vol. 29 , Issue. 25 ]


Nausheen Khanam and Rajnish Kumar*   Pages 4410 - 4435 ( 26 )


Cancer is a deadly disease that is often caused by the accumulation of various genetic mutations and pathological alterations. The death rate can only be reduced when it is detected in the early stages, because cancer treatment when the tumor has not metastasized in many regions of the body is more effective. However, early cancer detection is fraught with difficulties. Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) have developed a new scope for efficient and early detection of such a fatal disease. AI algorithms have a remarkable ability to perform well on a variety of tasks that are presented or fed to the system. Numerous studies have produced machine learning and deep learning-assisted cancer prediction models to detect cancer from previously accessible data with better accuracy, sensitivity, and specificity. It has been observed that the accuracy of prediction models in classifying fed data as benign, malignant, or normal is improved by implementing efficient image processing techniques and data segmentation augmentation methodologies, along with advanced algorithms. In this review, recent AI-based models for the diagnosis of the most prevalent cancers in the breast, lung, brain, and skin have been analysed. Available AI techniques, data preparation, modeling processes, and performance assessments have been included in the review.


Artificial Intelligence, algorithms, cancer, deep learning, diagnosis, machine learning.


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