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In the September/October issue of The Pathologist, we consider the ethics of artificial intelligence (AI) in laboratory medicine. What are the key pillars pathologists need to consider when implementing AI? What does it mean to be in an “AI winter?” And how do we avoid being left out in the cold again? Also in the issue, we explore the future of spatial biology, examine the capabilities of automated slide scanners for accelerating COVID-19 research, and hear from Mark Wick as he reflects on his extensive career in the lab. And much more: how achieving IVDR compliance is a marathon, not a sprint; the importance of good science communication; and an interview with Catherine Ketcham, Managing Editor of Laboratory Investigations and Modern Pathology at the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology, Palm Springs, California, USA.