Artificial Intelligence in Pathology

Hye Yoon Chang, Chan Kwon Jung, Junwoo Isaac Woo, Sanghun Lee, Joonyoung Cho, Sun Woo Kim, Tae-Yeong Kwak
Journal of Pathology and Translational Medicine 2019, 53 (1): 1-12
As in other domains, artificial intelligence is becoming increasingly important in medicine. In particular,deep learning-based pattern recognition methods can advance the field of pathology byincorporating clinical, radiologic, and genomic data to accurately diagnose diseases and predictpatient prognoses. In this review, we present an overview of artificial intelligence, the brief historyof artificial intelligence in the medical domain, recent advances in artificial intelligence applied topathology, and future prospects of pathology driven by artificial intelligence.

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