This is an example of an image used to train our model. You should use something similar to this view of the humerus to get a proper estimation. The model has an accuracy of 91% when using right humeri images (as the one in the example). However, you could submit an image of a left humerus and check the box below so it is horizontally flipped before the evaluation, as we got an accuracy of 87% with flipped left humerus images.
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Everything you need to know about sex estimation can be found in the article:
Traditionally, sex estimation is performed by means of numerical/tabular data obtained from manual measurement of the bones of interest. However, the success of a set of Artificial Intelligence techniques, known as Deep Learning (DL) , in image analysis problems (mainly through convolutional networks) invites the use of such techniques in the estimation of the biological […]
Associate Professor at University of Granada and Chief AI Officer at Panacea Cooperative Research.
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