The visual examination of histological slides by pathologists through a microscope eyepiece is used to diagnose tumours. Due to image analysis, digital pathology, or the digitalization of histology slides at high magnification with slides scanners, has increased the ability to retrieve quantitative information. Medical image analysis has advanced dramatically in the previous decade thanks to the development of artificial intelligence (AI) systems. AI has proven to be effective in medical imaging and, more recently, digital pathology. The feasibility and utility of AI-assisted pathology activities have been established in recent years, and we may expect to see these advancements applied to routine histology in the future. We will describe and demonstrate this technique in this review, as well as give the most current findings, applications in the field of histopathology of tumours. More details join us at the CME/CPD accredited 11th Emirates Pathology & Digital Pathology Conference on May 09-10, 2022, Online.Advances in digital pathologyThe usage of whole slide images (WSIs), also known as virtual slides, has grown dramatically as technology for digitising glass slides has improved and storage costs have decreased. Users can study slides digitally on electronic screens under various magnifications using WSIsWith WSIs that record a whole slide at high magnification, full remote diagnosis by scanning slides has become a possibility, and the emergence of 5G technology is projected to expedite the usage of WSIs in remote diagnosis. As previously said, there are currently a few operational remote diagnostic networks in various parts of the world. Get more advance knowledge about of Digital Pathology Hurry Up Register Now and Join us 11EPUCG2022Basics of artificial intelligence in pathologyThe implementation of diverse computational methodologies, including AI and machine learning techniques, is made possible by the digitization of pathology practise. These methods could help pathology labs deal with growing workloads and expertise shortages by improving diagnosis accuracy, assisting in the exploration and definition of new diagnostic and prognostic criteria, and assisting in the management of increased workloads and expertise shortages. The potential benefits and limitations of progressing these approaches for use in ordinary clinical practise are discussed in this paper.History of artificial intelligence in pathologyDr. Alan Turing used the term "Computing Machinery and Intelligence" in the 1950s to define the concept of AI (18). Due to methodological breakthroughs, advances in computing technology, and the aggregation and creation of labelled datasets for designing and evaluating AI systems, AI has seen phases of success and decline since the 1950s.At the Dartmouth summer research project meeting conducted by Dr. John McCarthy in 1955, the term artificial intelligence was first used to describe "thinking machines" that could tackle challenges normally reserved for humans (19). By changing aspects known as "reasoning as search," researchers in the field aimed to generate intelligence similar to that of the human brain. However, only minor progress was made, such as the ability to solve puzzles and play small games. This was nowhere near the level of sophistication required to make it a practical technology. When researchers failed to get the intended results, AI funding was drastically slashed.Fundamental structure of intelligence in pathologyAI is a broad phrase that refers to a variety of computer technologies, some of which are referred to as machine learning. Machine learning is a system in which a computer learns from data over and over again, and the machine can deduce an answer without the assistance of a human. Deep learning is a machine learning technique in which multilayered artificial neural networks of computational "cells" approximate the human brain.Machine learning creates predictive models from data in order to recognise trends or perform tasks such as regression or classification. Unsupervised learning and supervised learning are the two basic types of machine learning methodologies. Data is organised as paired features (e.g., pictures or other measures) and their labels in supervised learning (ground truth). In a process known as training, these data are used as examples for the algorithm to understand the correlations between the features and labels.
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