Computer Vision News - March 2021

1723 Automatic Amniotic Fluid Measurement issues , so developing an algorithm to work in both sites without touching too much sensitive information is another exciting part of this project.” This is Qingchao’s first experience working with clinical researchers like Aris and Alice. How is he finding it? “Working with them is great!” he smiles. “It’s been so interesting exploring technical algorithms and how they can be built to help and assist with such important clinical problems.” The aim of CALOPUS is to automate a basic ultrasound scan to assess important parameters such as the viability of a fetus , the presentation, the amniotic fluid, and the placenta location, to provide clinically meaningful information at the point of care to professionals in under- resourced settings. “The multi-site collaboration on CALOPUS enables some interesting algorithm development,” Qingchao is keen to point out . “The data in clinical research is limited due to privacy