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What AI Can and Can’t Do for Digital Pathology Right Now

It was fascinating to speak with Hamid Tizhoosh, Professor at the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Waterloo in Canada, Director of KIMIA Lab and keynote speaker at the 6th Digital Pathology & AI Congress: USA, about using AI to transform what is possible in medical imaging.

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Digital pathology: From over-promising to a reality check

Almost five years ago, the plan to implement a wide-ranging digital pathology approach across the Netherlands began to take shape. As more labs across the country acquire digital pathology capability, with steps to create a strong and accessible image repository and a national image exchange platform, one of the project leaders, Professor Katrien Grünberg, offered an update and spoke of some challenges that still lie ahead.

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Inspirata and Cirdan Announce New Technical Partnership at the Digital Pathology & AI Congress

At the 6th Digital Pathology & AI Congress, Inspirata and Cirdan announced their new technical partnership designed to empower NHS clinical laboratories to accelerate their use of digital pathology.

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How do we build the solutions that will transform healthcare’s future?

We are building the solutions that will revolutionise healthcare in the future: solutions that will transform the trust relationship between the industry and patients, and the whole dynamic of healthcare. As co-founder of 23 Consulting, I am involved in supporting health organisations with their blockchain projects.

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What will we do with all this data?

The amount of data we are creating every day has increased exponentially to match the rise in use of smart and connected devices. The internet of things has connected every aspect of our lives to the digital realm: most of these devices operate by tracking your habits, movements, preferences, voice, and more, then logging those habits online. Specifically, the collection of health data has become abundant, because most people now have or wear some sort of device to track daily patterns, steps, cycles, and more. Even our phones often default to track these things for us, whether we choose to enable the function or not.

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Collaboration, Translation and the Future of Microbiome Innovation

Translation. When we hear this word, it may evoke feelings of excitement, adventure and possibility that come with learning different languages or travelling to a foreign country. For scientists, ‘translation’ also suggests moving research findings from the laboratory into clinical practice. Just as words are translated, so too are research findings.

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Digital pathology and Artificial Intelligence in the precision medicine era

In 2017, technological advances in cloud computing and artificial intelligence has pathology positioned to become one of the most talked about medical fields in healthcare.

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