Antimicrobial Resistance Model is a predictive model that once developed will predict the excess mortality rate of one of the five pathogens (ESBL E.coli) examined within the STAMINA project. AIR model relies on Multi-Task Learning (MTL) implemented with Deep Neural Networks with shared hidden layers and is applied to predict excess mortality due to antimicrobial resistance. Among the model’s goals, reducing the medical treatment’s economic burden, as well as improving the patient’s overall quality of life, are included.
Supported Use Cases
Predict E.coli excess mortality
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