Dare To Dream And Have The Courage To Follow It!!
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Brittany Wenger (born 1994) is an American student who was the first place winner of the Google Science Fair in 2012. Wenger currently studies at Duke University and is a member of Round Table.
For her entry into the science fair, Wenger created an artificial ‘brain’, a web-based application to accurately assess tissue samples for signs of breast cancer.The teen built a cloud-based neural network — a computer program coded to process data and detect patterns that is currently 99.1 percent sensitive to malignancy. As the first place winner, she received a $50,000 scholarship.
Wenger spoke about her software at the TEDx Atlanta conference in 2012. In 2013, representing Out-of-Door Academy, she was a finalist in the Intel Science Talent Search and was awarded 8th place