Over the past year, many of us have begun interacting with AI tools regularly with little understanding of how they work. We don’t really need to know how ChatGPT responds to our questions or how our photos app tags our family and friends. And if it gets it wrong sometimes, not a big deal – we might even laugh about it.

But AI is also being integrated into medical applications where the stakes are much higher. To recognize the advantages of AI tools and rely on their results in your everyday work, you need to understand how these tools are developed for pathology. With this understanding, you can make informed decisions about their use.

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