Yale professors say AI will be a ‘powerful tool’ for pathology in a value-based world

Story by Fierce Healthcare.

A growing body of research shows computer algorithms may soon outperform human pathologists in both accuracy and speed.

But rather than hand their diagnostic keys to machines, two pathology professors from Yale argue that artificial intelligence will emerge as a “powerful tool” that can accurately identify the drug or therapy that will be most beneficial to an individual patient’s disease.


Our site uses cookies or similar technologies to recognise your repeated visits and preferences for us to deliver an optimal browsing experience. Please remember to read our privacy statement.

By clicking on "I Accept" or "X" to continue your browsing on this site, you consent to the use of the cookies. To find out how you can disable cookies on your device, please click here.

I Accept