Project Halftime Reached: New KATY Infographic Showcases Achievements

The KATY project has just published an informative graphic that summarises its successes and achievements until the project halftime in early 2023. The graphic highlights the project's main outputs and impacts, such as scientific publications in journals, event attendance and social media followers. The graphic also provides an overview of the impressive progress made in cancer cell analysis.

The KATY project coordinator, Prof. Fabio Massimo Zanzotto, says: "We are very proud of what we have achieved until now in the KATY project. The informative graphic is a great way to showcase the work we have done so far to reach our overall objective – to make use of the existing infrastructures and initiatives in genomic and health data pooling, to demonstrate the potential and benefits of eXplainable AI technologies applied on Europe’s relevant genomic repositories in personalised medicine, to implement therapeutic eXplainable AI knowledge and predictors and, last but not least, to proof the concept application of AI models and knowledge graphs in the context of a clinical pilot in Renal Cancer. We are looking forward to the second half of the project!"

The graphic is available below and on the KATY Twitter channel.