Then the doctors must view It was in the report shirt and also pass on to Ai. And help early diagnosis and save lives. Pathologist here, these big journals always makes big claims but the programs are pretty bad still. One day they might, but we are a lot way off imo. There’s always a large discrepancy between the manicured data presented by the scientists and the roll out when they try to translate. Not to say scientists are being dishonest, they just pick the situation their AI or system is absolutely best at and don’t go after studies highlighting the weaknesses.
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Like, maybe if you throw in It was in the report shirt a few scans with different pathology it gets all wacky. Maybe a PE screws up the whole thing, or a patient with something chronic (IPF or sarcoidosis maybe) AND lung cancer is SOL with this program. Maybe it works well with these particular CT settings but loses discriminatory power if you change things slightly. Those are the questions. I have no doubt that AI is going to get good enough to replace doctors in terms of diagnosis or treatment plans eventually. But for now, you’re pitting a highly, highly specialized system against someone who’s training revolved around the idea that anyone with anything could walk into your clinic, ER, trauma bay, etc