Abstract: Every year, over 900,000 individuals worldwide are diagnosed with Leukemia, i.e., Blood Cancer, but many people are oblivious of the dangers involved with such often incurable diseases. The majority of Blood Cancers are rare, life-threatening illnesses within limited patient populations; together, they account for 7% of all malignancies. Patients may feel abandoned and have difficulty finding the necessary assistance and information due to the complex, often sparse nature of Leukemia. When it comes to Acute Leukemia, if therapy is not started on time, the patient might succumb to the ailment within a few months. It is vital to diagnose Cancer be it of any type, in its early stages to ensure timely treatment and increase chances of survival. Detecting Leukemia manually in labs by medical personnel examining blood samples is a time and resource-consuming procedure. Customarily, the patients suffering do not have the liberty to exhaust their time as they need immediate care. We need systems that can make use of the latest technological developments in artificial intelligence to produce expeditious and more accurate results.

Keywords: Convolutional Neural Network, Support Vector Machine (SVM), Image Processing, neural networks, decision trees.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IARJSET.2023.10506

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