ManateeGag: but, by all means, let's have some schmuck reporter ask a question unrelated to her research so they can score some points. That's totally acceptable!
Mugato: Yeah but her lips are like non-existent.
2chris2: She is only 19 but has already experimented with neural networks, built prototype software to help doctors diagnose breast cancer, won a $50,000 college scholarship from Google and been invited to the White House to showcase her research.And her ambition doesn't stop there. Brittany Wenger wants a dual career as a paediatric oncologist and research scientist."In the simplest terms, I am trying to teach the computer how to diagnose cancer"My ambition is to be an astronaut and a movie star. I am trying to teach ants how to play Monopoly. I've written software that may or may not work. Perhaps I too will be invited to the white house.It's nice that she wants to do many things. She hasn't done shiat yet. Not worthy of an article.
DO NOT WANT Poster Girl: Can we stop with the "kid invents potentially useless thing touted as big breakthrough" until, you know, the thing is actually shown to be novel or their own attempt at is canbe shown to work?Why this is annoying...Neural nets for medical imaging analysis has been done, for years. Decades.For instance....
2chris2: My ambition is to be an astronaut and a movie star. I am trying to teach ants how to play Monopoly. I've written software that may or may not work. Perhaps I too will be invited to the white house.It's nice that she wants to do many things. She hasn't done shiat yet. Not worthy of an article.
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