The difficulties in making an accurate diagnosis, the workload in terms of time and the small number of pathologists represent significant problems in laboratory routine. From this perspective, a system based on artificial intelligence could act as a solution or support for the doctor. Digital pathology with the use of high resolution scanners has allowed the creation of integrated systems that allow tissue characteristics to be observed directly from a computer monitor and manual annotations to be inserted for tumor detection. All this has facilitated the development of automatic algorithms based on neural networks for image classification.
This event will aim to provide a basic presentation of digital pathology in pathology laboratories.
December 4, 2023 at 2:00pm CET
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2:00 - 2:05 : Welcome and introduction of Diaceutics and speakers by Romain Assemat
2.05 - 2.30 : Digital pathology and artificial intelligence : Way to a digitally driven workflow by Pr Sophie Prévot
2.30 - 2.45 : Q&A and final discussion
Pr Sophie Prévot
Pr Sophie Prévot, President of the French Society of Pathology is a pathologist at the Bicêtre Hospital. Pr Prévot has made her laboratory entirely digital since 2019 with the integration of artificial intelligence tools.