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5 Ways Artificial Intelligence Is Transforming Digital Pathology -

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AI could help health professionals cope with the gigantic quantities of data – Discover why healthcare facilities increasingly realize that AI could help achieve significant impacts with digital pathology. Thanks to approvals from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for applications such as primary disease diagnosis, digital pathology is rapidly becoming the new standard of care. However, this advancement creates challenges that artificial intelligence could help solve. Digital pathology enables capturing pathology information, such as whole slide images (WSI), and working with it digitally using a specialized scanner. Acquiring, studying and managing data in this way allows sharing between parties on a computer or mobile device.


5 Ways Artificial Intelligence Is Transforming Digital Pathology -

#artificialintelligence

Thanks to approvals from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for applications such as primary disease diagnosis, digital pathology is rapidly becoming the new standard of care. However, this advancement creates challenges that artificial intelligence could help solve. Digital pathology enables capturing pathology information, such as whole slide images (WSI), and working with it digitally using a specialized scanner. Acquiring, studying and managing data in this way allows sharing between parties on a computer or mobile device. According to experts, the global digital pathology market was worth $689.2 million in 2018.


Three-month boost in My Health Record numbers, but mostly for pathology tests

ZDNet

The Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA), the system administrator for My Health Record, has touted an increase in use of the online medical file in the past few months. "We've seen a significant increase in the use of My Health Record by both consumers and healthcare providers, particularly over the last three months," interim CEO Bettina McMahon told the Joint Committee on Public Accounts and Audit on Tuesday. "In relation to general practitioners, the month of March has seen the highest amount of viewing of documents yet, as well as uploads to track use." Providing further statistics, McMahon said the ADHA witnessed around a threefold increase in viewings of documents by general practitioners. "Around 20,000 documents are viewed each month," she added.


The Use of Artificial Intelligence in Digital Pathology Specialist Direct

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The invention of digital pathology helped transform healthcare and aid in primary diagnosis, intra-operative diagnosis and more. It helps both on the research level and the patient to doctor level. It's used in education, web consultations and drug development. There are few areas of medicine where digital pathology has not had an impact. The intervention of artificial intelligence into digital pathology also has revolutionary implications.


Andrew Sullivan's Pathology

Slate

Even as he avoids the words black or African American, that charge--that black deficiency (or even pathology) drives black disadvantage--is the core of Sullivan's inquiry. And his argument, unstated but clear as the blue sky, is that black Americans have only themselves and their culture to blame for continued racial inequality. That this flies in the face of what we know about structural and institutional disadvantage--of ongoing discrimination in jobs and housing, of the long and enduring effects of past discrimination and bias, of racial disadvantage among well-educated, two-parent black families, of the half-hearted efforts to remedy those accumulated burdens--is, at most, a minor obstacle in Sullivan's narrative. It also flies in the face of what we know about Asian American gains, which followed that aforementioned--often politically motivated--mid-century decline in anti-Asian racism. Even still, Asian Americans face continued discrimination; among the highly educated, for instance, Asian men earned significantly less than their white counterparts.