Digital pathology and artificial intelligence: a selection of research at the cutting edge of practice

The adoption of digital pathology into routine histopathology practice is not without its problems in terms of implementation, changing work practices and staff acceptance. Here, Pathology in Practice Science Editor Brian Nation compiles a selection of research devoted to such issues, and also examples of the value this technology offers to patient care and outcome.

The digital revolution in pathology: Towards a smarter approach to research and treatment.

Tucci F, Laurinavicius A, Kather JN, Eloy C. Tumori. 2024 Apr 12:3008916241231035. 

doi: 10.1177/03008916241231035. Online ahead of print.

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