Digital Pathology & AI Congress: USA

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  • Published date: February 13, 2018
    • New York, New York, United States

With last year's FDA approval of Philips pathology solution in the US, it is an exciting time for digital pathology. Primary diagnosis using digital pathology is expected to increase as whole slide scanners are being incorporated into pathology labs across America. We will be examining the latest advancements in digital imaging technology and image analysis techniques such as machine learning and artificial intelligence.

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