Recent advances in computational algorithms, along with the advent of whole slide imaging as a platform for embedding artificial intelligence (AI), are transforming pattern recognition and image interpretation for diagnosis and prognosis. Yet most pathologists have just a passing knowledge of data mining, machine learning, and AI, and little exposure to the vast potential of these powerful new tools for medicine in general and pathology in particular. In Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning in Pathology, with a team of experts, Dr. Stanley Cohen covers the nuts and bolts of all aspects of machine learning, up to and including AI, bringing familiarity and understanding to pathologists at all levels of experience.
Introduction: The Nature of Artificial Intelligence: Machine Learning and Deep Learning in Digital Pathology
Before Deep Learning: Statistical Analysis and Signal Processing, Classical Machine Learning
(Geometric, Probabilistic, and Tree Methods, the Perceptron)
Whole Slide Imaging for 2D and 3D analysis: techniques and standardization
Digital Pathology as a Platform for Primary Diagnosis and Augmentation via Deep Learning
Introductory Deep Learning: Convolutional Neural Networks for Extraction, Classification and Prediction from images
Advanced Neural networks
(Reinforcement, Generative and Genetic Models, Variational encoders, Attention and Memory Networks, Deep Belief Networks)
AI Methods for Grading Human Cancers
Multilabel Classification (CNN-RNN), Prediction, and Risk Analysis
Advances in AI for Pathologists: Petascale AI, Data Warehousing and Repositories
Progress in Sparsely Supervised & Unsupervised Learning
Overview of the Role of AI in Anatomic Pathology: The Computer as Pathology Assistant
Summary and Overview: Emerging New Imaging Technologies and The Rise of the Machine: Human vs Computer capabilities
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Emeritus Founding Director, Center for Biophysical Pathology, Rutgers-NJMS; Adjunct Professor of Pathology, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois; Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Sidney Kimmell Medical College - Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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