New advances in artificial intelligence (AI) could streamline the process of diagnosing breast cancer. Traditional methods of mitotic counting, which assess cellular division, can be inefficient and prone to errors. With AI, this process can be standardized, reducing variability and inconsistency. However, effective implementation of these AI tools requires high-quality, diverse training data, ongoing validation, and direct feedback from pathologists. Despite the challenges, AI integration presents a promising future for breast cancer diagnostics and the broader spectrum of medical diagnostics.
A division of United Healthcare, Change Healthcare, is dealing with the fallout of a cyber attack. This has heavily impacted the healthcare industry, affecting transactions