Pathologists and AI – Working Together
To enhance the work of pathologists, artificial intelligence must be responsive to their needs
Andrew Schaumberg | | Opinion
Pathologists across the world frequently share patient cases on social media to get input from peers. James Nix and colleagues found that pathologists in developing countries often use social media, and 22 percent of the posts analyzed were seeking opinions on diagnosis (1). But social media does more than bring subspecialty expertise to hospitals where it may not otherwise be available. Social media increases access to pathologists and other physicians worldwide, potentially improving patient care – in line with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal #3: good health and wellbeing (2).
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